Oh hi there! It has been a few months since my last blog post, yikes. This made me think a lot about this blog and blogging in general, so I really wanted to share my thoughts about that topic here. So hope you sit comfortably, because this is going to be a pretty long and personal one! 😉
The Internet seems to have once again united against a common enemy: the year 2016. While I agree that some aspects of last year were not great, for me personally, 2016 has been one of the best years of my life. Many amazing things happened and I was also able to travel a lot last year, which is always a big plus.
Here is my final Ireland related post, where I will quickly share all the things I got during my trip! Some people prefer to buy clothes on their vacation, but I can’t resist getting figures or books, I won’t immediately find in my country! There were plenty of comic book stores in Dublin and I loved appreciating their giant stock of Funko Pop! Vinyl Figures and graphic novels.
Here is the second post of my Ireland trip! In case you missed the first one, I went to Ireland for a week and wanted to share some thoughts and photos of the wonderful locations I visited during my stay! This post will focus on the “Game of Thrones Tour” we did on Thursday.
This tour consisted of visiting some locations at which the show was filmed, while our friendly guide gave us explanations and showed us screenshots or videos of the show and compared them to the environments we were at. It was a great method to properly compare both and made us realize that the show was indeed filmed in those places a few years ago! Continue Reading
It has been months since my last blog post which I wanted to make up for now. I’m really excited to share some thoughts and photos of my wonderful trip to Ireland, which I visited for the first time two weeks ago (14/07 – 21/07). I wasn’t too sure what to expect (other than being told that the weather was constantly bad, haha), but I was immediately impressed by how gorgeous everything is. Speaking of the weather, we were pretty lucky since it almost didn’t rain! We spent most of the week in Dublin (there was enough to discover there already), then went on a tour to Northern Ireland (which I will mention in another post) and finally spent some time in the middle and west of the country, in Offaly and Galway to be precise.
This will be the first Ireland post in a series of 3 and will mainly focus on Dublin and the two other towns we visited during the week! Continue Reading