Dublin to Kilbeggan Distillery

FINALLY, I can say that I have finished writing my first ever book. It’s about Ireland and all my crazy adventures. It will take some time before it gets out into the world but will be later this year, but I feel accomplished, now I can say it’s all done. Although when writing the book,…

Montreal to Tadoussac part 3 of 3

Catch up with part 2 here I made my way down the winding roads along the banks of the St. Lawrence river, watching as the far bank slowly grew further and further away until it was difficult to discern from the clouds on the horizon.  I was on my way to Tadoussac by bus when we pulled…

Getting Lost on Oswald’s Trail

Oswald’s Trail is supposed to be a 13 mile circular hiking trail that takes you through the main town of Oswestry and out into the hilly rural areas near the Welsh border, passing key points of interest along the way. I say “supposed to be” as Callum and I (2/3 of The Travel Cult) got…

Historic City Breaks: Paris

City breaks are a great way of getting away, discovering new cultures, learning about the country and getting out of the day to day monotonous life that we live. I find my primary purpose of travel is my interest in history, discovering a new city and uncovering the past that you never knew existed. Over…

Montreal to Tadoussac Part 2 of 3

Catch up with part 1 here Looking on a map, the distance between Montreal and Quebec does not seem so great.  In addition, back home I live in a town where it’s possible to drive to Manchester, Liverpool or Birmingham within an hour and a half.  As such, I was in for a rude awakening…