Last weekend I woke up in the town I had grown up in but haven’t slept in for over three decades. It was a bit jarring for when I woke up at 40, it looked the same as when I left it at 11.
The Paris lifestyle encourages connections while sharing a meal. Friends, family and strangers sitting hip to hip at a community table bring their own stories to flavour the experience.
And it can change your life . . . or at least your definition of living.
Thinking about renting a narrowboat to travel through the UK canals? Here are the five things I wish I knew before I got on the boat!
Misty mornings, creaking boats and turbulent history that goes back hundreds of years add to the mysterious allure of the English channels.
The easiest way to get a new perspective on life involves a suitcase. Traveling has been proven to help break routines and can open the gates to our creative flow. Especially if your planned adventure drops the speed of life down to 4 kilometres per hour.
There are many beautiful stone ruins and castles throughout Ireland. But if you want the dirt on the oldest Kilkenny structure, I recommend a visit to the Hole in the Wall pub!