Turkey 4-day itinerary – Cappadocia & Istanbul

5 min read… 4 days are never enough to explore a spellbinding country like Turkey but that’s all we had on our first visit to this transcontinental country located mainly on the Anatolian Peninsula in Western Asia, with a small portion on the Balkan Peninsula in Southeast Europe. OVERVIEW We spent 2 days each in…

My thrilling solo-hike adventure in Tipperary, Ireland

3 min read… Yaay! We are back with our 16th travel blog post. Don’t forget to check our other travel posts. Hello… I’m Ninja. This week, I’m here to share the story of my most-favourite hike – The Galtyway climb in county Tipperary. It’s not just the place, but the extraordinary circumstances around the climb that…

A weekend in Donegal – Beach lovers’ paradise

3 min read… Yaay! We are back with our 14th travel blog post. Don’t forget to check our other travel posts. Donegal, Ireland’s most northerly county is home to spectacular mountains, rivers, lakes, and countless beaches. With a rugged coastline and super-friendly people, Donegal is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Ireland. In this…

Glendalough mountains – A hiking paradise in Ireland

2 min read… Yaay! We are back with our 13th travel blog post. Don’t forget to check our other travel posts. This is also my 100th blog post. A little, but a significant milestone. Thanks to everyone who have supported and encouraged me to keep writing. If you’re looking for a hiking spot in Ireland for…

2 days in Sligo. Is the Yeats Country worth a visit?

4 min read… Yaay! We are back with our 9th travel blog post. Don’t forget to check our other travel posts. Our friends asked us for a road trip and we said yes. And then, we saw the terrible forecasts for the weekend. But, you wouldn’t mind because c’mon – it’s July Irish summer 😉 Okay,…

2 days in Kinsale and Dursey – Go one step closer to nature

4 min read… We are back with our 7th travel blog post. Don’t forget to check our other travel posts. Ireland has no shortage of scenic landscapes and coastal views; it doesn’t matter which part of the country you decide to visit. However, if you’ve heard anything about Irish weather, you know the summer is short-lived….