Wild Atlantic Way ~ Ireland

Once we left the city of Dublin the roads changed from modern highways to two lane roads with roundabouts. In some areas the two lanes were barely wide enough for two cars. Pair this with driving on the right side of the car and it got hairy at times.  We took a drive down the Wild Atlantic Way. This route spans 1600 miles along the western coast line of Ireland. The first stopover from Dublin was Galway County. Whenever we askedRead more

The Catlins ~ New Zealand

The Catlins is on the south east side of New Zealand’s south island. The population of people is under two thousand. Not many people make the effort to visit nevertheless stay a few days in the Catlins.  I don’t understand why this was the most diverse part of New Zealand so far.  We started our stay with three nights in a town named Pounawea. We stayed at Pounawea Holiday Homes and the owner had a dog named Ivy.  As anRead more