Galway has some amazing restaurants and cafes. Since moving back here, I have been on a mission to try em all! Admittedly it’s taking longer that one could have hoped (broke af), but I’ll get there! What I’ve discovered in the process, is that there are some really quirky and cool places to eat in Galway city. I have explored the cobbled streets seeking the best and most interesting places to eat. So, if you’re looking for a cool place to get some grub, here’s:
Why good images are important.
Blog posts with images will do way better. They create a stronger impact and make your post more memorable. They will also allow you to show off your style and it looks good to break up your text a bit. Good photos are a must. By following a few guidelines, you can take great photos for your blog, be it on a camera, or phone. Here’s how..
Plastic free shopping can be really difficult. The main players in the Irish supermarket game are not making all that much effort to reduce their environmental impact. It seems it us up to the consumer to make the necessary changes. I’ve come up with some simple tips, to help you reduce the unnecessary packaging you’re bringing home with you. Hope you read something useful.
Overview of the Stairway to Heaven Fermanagh
I’m sure you’ve all heard of the Stairway to Heaven in Fermanagh. The hike also goes by another name, it is the Cuilcagh mountain, located in Fermanagh. It has quickly become one of the most popular Ireland bucket list items. Following the Cuilcagh Legnabrocky Trail, it is a 14.8Km round trip through the wilderness on the vast open hills of the Cuilcagh mountain. If you’re thinking of doing the hike, be sure to take a look at my Stairway to Heaven guide.
The Filling Station Galway
Galway city has seen its first zero-waste shop open its doors. The Filling Station is Galway’s first Eco Store. An article came out recently on microplastics being found in the ice sheets of Greenland. And I’ve seen a crushing video where a manned dive went to the deepest unexplored parts of the ocean. What did they find? Plastic littering the ocean floor. In fact,
“half of all plastic produced is designed to be used only once — and then thrown away”.
Our plastic problem is beyond out of control. The Filling Station is here to change that.