Sustainable Day Out in Dublin

In this article I’ve decided to take a tour of the sustainable happenings in my home town of Dublin. I’ve lived in this county, albeit different spots, since birth. I love it’s historical architecture and general friendliness but I hate the lack of civic pride a lot of Dubliners and our governments interest in makingContinue reading “Sustainable Day Out in Dublin”

Sustainable (ish) Ethical Travelling

Photo by Ross Parmly on Unsplash My husband says that when I die he’s going to put the phrase ‘Did you know …?’ on my headstone. I’m a total data nerd and loooooove information. More than that, I love sharing it. I really don’t see the point in gaining knowledge if you don’t spread it around forContinue reading “Sustainable (ish) Ethical Travelling”

Sustainable Accommodation; The Americas

When I started this blog post I mentioned to my children that it was on the American continent, which includes the USA but other countries too. They didn’t believe me. In their mind American is the American continent, which is unsurprising but sad all the same. This is the side effect of them watching AmericanContinue reading “Sustainable Accommodation; The Americas”

Sustainable Accommodation in Asia

I think daydreaming about a holiday is half the fun so to get the most bang for our book so to help make your dreams more sustainable I’ve posted a series on sustainable accommodation, which I’ll update as I find new information. The other posts in this series include Ireland and the UK, and theContinue reading “Sustainable Accommodation in Asia”

Sustainable Travel – Our Trip to Madrid

As I write this post I’m sitting in a lovely self-catering apartment in Madrid. By the time it’s posted I’ll be back on Irish soil. My husband and I stopped off in Madrid on our way back from South America about 15 years ago and we swore we’d return. I’m so glad we did. It’sContinue reading “Sustainable Travel – Our Trip to Madrid”