Category: Ireland

A Lone Star State of Mind

I’d written about the Greek and Roman gods before, so I thought while I was in Ireland I would focus on the myths of my Irish ancestors. And yet all I seem to want to write about since I got here in September is where I come from: Texas.

The Big Move (Texas to Ireland)

Well. It’s finally happening. As of this coming Friday (August 23, 2019), I will be leaving the USA to start a master’s degree in creative writing at University College Cork in Cork, Ireland.

Discovering Ancient Ireland: Newgrange

The mystery of its creation is not what drew me to Newgrange, but it is what keeps me aching to return.

How to Survive a Family Vacation When You’re the Designated Tour Guide

(AKA: How not to kill your family in a foreign country)

Bri’s Guide to Public Transportation in Dublin, Ireland

My next trip to Ireland is looming ever closer with each passing day. While I’ve been to Dublin (specifically) over 5 times now, the family that’s traveling with me on this trip either have never been to Ireland, or the last time they visited…