I grew up surrounded by trees which meant that I spent most of my childhood exploring the forest. Having few friends and a good imagination I often found myself not in the woods but exploring far away places and different landscapes. Not being able to drive and only visiting a beach I never really knew… Continue reading Mystical Mystic
Arriving in the Nation's Capital I had no idea what to expect let alone what to do. I know that this is where America's most famous monuments are but I never had an itch to go visit. What surprised me in Washington D.C. was that I was not bored! The first thing I wanted to… Continue reading A Young Nation’s Headquarters
The town of Cashel, Ireland, is a cute town in Tipperary county, but looming over the homes is a hill that contains a grouping of stone buildings that houses one of Ireland's grandest treasures. The Rock of Cashel contains a round tower, a chapel, and a cathedral, mostly hallowed out by the elements. If castles… Continue reading The Secrets Of Cashel
Welcome to the home of lush green fields, medieval castles, and a lot of painted sheep! Unfortunately, Gretel was not with me on this trip but I was able to study in Ireland for a few months! I hear you are saying to yourself "since I am part Irish I want to visit my old… Continue reading Irresistible Ireland
When I think of old school boardwalks, a warm breeze on a sunny day, or a flock of a thousand seagulls, Cape May, New Jersey always comes to mind. Besides enjoying the huge beach there is actually a lot to do if you know where to look! Gretel and I have come up with a… Continue reading May I Cape May
Don't worry, it's all Greek to me as well, but if you would like to pronounce how to say good morning try saying Kalimera, (Ka-lee-ME-ra)! Learning a few Greek words can change your experience in a unique way. When we said hello, good morning, or especially thank you, we saw heads turn towards us with beaming… Continue reading Καλημέρα Athens!