I’m surrounded by ancient Irish boglands, haggling over eggs with a German hippie, and I can’t think of anywhere I’d rather be. Just 12 hours earlier, I was in a two-bedroom apartment in Dublin, on Ireland’s east coast. It’s my remote-working base, and where I’ve spent nearly all of my time since the lockdown in Read more...: Bargain-Hunting in Ireland’s Midlands
The sugar-soft sand was a muted creamy hue. The warm Caribbean water lapped at my feet. From the shoreline, I could see 10 feet out into the shallows, as clear as if looking through glass. I loved that beach. And as the sun stretched into the early morning sky, I had it almost entirely to Read more...: A Caribbean Paradise for Nature Lovers
The white sand shimmers in the sun like a million tiny crystals. Palm trees fluttered in the warm Pacific breeze. I watched as pelicans drifted low over the water and breaking waves flashed sprays of red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and violet. Less than a few weeks ago, I stood with my toes in the sand on Playa Caracol...
The hodgepodge of flavors you'll find in Palermo's many markets speaks to the many cultures that have occupied the city over the millennia...Phoenicians traders, the Carthaginians, the Greeks, the Romans, the Arabs, the Normans, the Swabians, the French, and the Aragonese, to name a few.
Paul O’Sullivan joined our band of merry travelers in 2017 as the managing editor of Fund Your Life Overseas and Incomes Abroad. A graduate of the National University of Ireland, Galway, he holds a BA in New Media and English and an MA in Literature and Publishing. Paul has traveled much of Europe, and having Read more...: Paul O’Sullivan