Cliffs of Moher
A few days ago, I walked along the misty, steep cliffs of moher as the rain faded. My hair took in the fresh breath of the sea. No longer could I feel the cold. No longer could I worry. I wish I could stretch these moments to days to make them last. The Gaelic winds were strong enough to hold my weight as I leaned. The drops of rain misted our cheeks and the sun followed to warm them again. The...
We may run, walk, stumble. drive, or fly, but let us never lose sight of the...– Gloria Gaither
Our battered suitcases were piled on the sidewalk again; we had longer ways to...– Jack Kerouac
Ireland - Kara
Adjusting to life on the road and jet lag has been a bit difficult but I’m happy to be on this journey! I can’t help but to laugh at myself for thinking it would be challenging to be a pescetarian in Europe. There’s an abundance of bread, fresh produce, fish and natural food in Ireland. Honey is sold with the comb and is smooth and buttery. The scent of warm sugar seeps in to...
Ireland - Joanne
It’s been a crazy whirlwind, but I think we’ve finally settled and adjusted to life on the go. Dublin is a city with so much history, and its inhabitants are so informed of it as well. We heard some Gaelic (the traditional Irish language) being spoken and it’s simply beautiful. There’s also a lot of country pride — we went to a pub for the Ireland vs. Italy Eurocup...
The Emerald Isle
Don’t worry, we’re still alive! We’ve done so much in a little over a week that we’ve been here in Dublin. We walked around for a bit on the first day, taking in the architecture. The buildings, in the traditional Gregorian style, had very strict regulations and their doors were the only liberties they could take. Wherever you walk around Dublin, you’ll see doors of...
Little Ms Jetsetter...: Travel the globe with... →
The lovely little ms. jetsetter contacted us earlier this week and gave us a ton of tips for things to do in Ireland. Definitely check out her blog as well, really inspiring! littlemsjetsetter: I love traveling, talking travel, and experiencing it through other adventurers. I’m always looking for a new travel blog to follow…there’s something about others traveling that re inspires me EVERY...
Created with Change in Mind
This project will break molds, change minds and examine culture. One bold trip can change the world, at least through our eyes. We will be staying with locals, eating the local cuisine and seeking inspiration in every step. We choose to live by the moment, we want to feel alive. The faces, places and dishes will be archived when the time is right through it all. We depart tomorrow bright and...
Ever since I was a kid, ‘travel to every country in the world’ was one of the top points on my never-ending bucket list. So far, I think I’ve done pretty well. Because of my dad’s job, we were fortunate to spend about 2-3 years in various SE Asian countries, including Taiwan, Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines; all of this before I turned 15. We moved back to Akron,...
I’ve been lucky to be well traveled at a young age through the states. I’ve seen 30 states and 12 countries at the age of 22. I picked up photography along the way to preserve what my eye catches. Over the past few years I have been setting aside money for the day I can graduate and go on a grand adventure like this one. I have sold all my furniture from my apartment in Chicago and packed...
Akron, OH > Dublin, Ireland June 13-26 Porto, Portugal June 26-28 Lisbon, Portugal June 28-July 2 Madrid, Spain July 2-9 Barcelona, Spain July 9-16 Nice, France July 16-30 Switzerland July 30-Aug 13 Italy Aug 13-Sept 10 Istanbul, Turkey Sept 10-24 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Sept 24-? /////////////////////// / / / / …to be continued through Asia… \\\ \ \ \