Dublin

Halloween in Ireland

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Celebration of Halloween in Ireland started around 1000 AD with a pagan  festival called “Samhain” meaning the end of the summer. Celts believed that on that day, dead spirits would visit the mortal world. People used t gather around bonfires Read on

Hostel cooking guide

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Yes, you are travelling and staying in hostel, but that is no excuse to live off junk food or spend fortune on meals out on a daily basis! Both Barnacles hostels in Dublin and Galway have fully equipped kitchen so Read on

Dublin Street Art

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When you think of Dublin, Street Art might not be the first thing that comes to mind, but you are wrong! Complete rejuvenation of the city has brought some amazing talent out, and more and more places are being decorated Read on

October Events in Dublin

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Festival season in Dublin is in the full swing, and October is set to be awesome as well! There is always something for everyone in Dublin, but if you love music, architecture or getting spooked, Dublin is the place to Read on

Guinness Amplify

Guinness Amplify

For the past 5 years, September 23rd has been known, worldwide as Arthur Guinness Day – Guinness drinkers were asked to raise a glass to the memory of Arthur Guinness at 17:59 (5:59 pm), a reference to 1759, the year the Read on