Up close and personal with Ireland.
The city of Guinness and Irish accents, what’s not to love? Admittedly, the quaint Irish pubs and men with charming accents are enough to win you over, but Dublin has so much more to offer.Like any city it’s diverse with culture and boasts the charm of cobbled streets and boldly coloured doors.
Coastline views and cobbled streets; Bethany shows us Portugal through her eyes.
Situated on the Algarve coast of Portugal, the quaint fishing village of Alvor has become a popular destination for a laid-back, beach holiday. Whether you’re after views of the famous Portuguese coast-line, beautiful beaches, streets full of colour and charm, boat trips to explore the local caves or spending the night in Portuguese bars the small village has it all at hand. Arguably, the best place to explore the serene nature of the town is to take a stroll along the waterfront boardwalk. The boardwalk stretches for miles along the beach, passing through the old harbour, blue lagoons and treating you to views of the Algarvian coastline - you’ll find many using the walk for a run in the morning sun as well as taking a romantic stroll at dusk.