Farewell London

It’s time for me to so goodbye to the United Kingdom and all the amazing people I met on this journey. I will forever remember every detail of this trip! Not because I took over 2,000 photos or made over hundred memories, but because I was able to meet great people, see things I never…

Move you feet, lose your seat!

Why yes, another hike. On Sunday evening, after a long day of visiting the Edinburgh’s Castle and The National Museum of Scotland, a group of us rounded up and decided we wanted to end the day with a nice hike up. We decided to hike up Arthur’s Seat, the main peak of Edinburgh, Scotland. We hiked…

Crossing Bridges, Facing Fears

Over the last couple of days, I have done a lot of hiking. Our Tour Guide, Daz, ended our two day Ireland adventures with a trip to Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge. Before exiting the bus, Daz spoke about the bridge that connected two mountains together that led you to the other side. He warned us that…

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The day started early for us! In 62 degree weather, we walked with a tour guide and learned about Londonderry’s history. We walked along the Derry City Walls also known as “Stroke City”. Our tour guide gave us much insight about the walls and all that went on there. The walls were completed in 1618…

On my way to Dublin : By DeVinnia M. 

The group and I took a Shamrock bus tour from Belfast to Dublin. Our bus driver’s name was Brian and our tour guide name was Conner. Very nice men. Brian made sure we got to each stop safely yet promptly.  Conner was a true Irish man who loved his country. He kept us inform the…

Laugh it Off by Ali Kazanowski

Have you ever sat down and thought of stressful jobs, picture this: Constantly putting out fires for politicians. I know, I know, when mostly people hear that they would begin backing away slowly. Today we met with Gavin Towers, the head of public relations for the Ukips political party. On a daily basis, Gavin is…