The Cliffs of Moher are located on Ireland's west coast, in a area called the Burren in County Clare. Burren means "great rock" and this area is packed full of limestone. You will see many pictures with limestone throughout this post. I booked my day trip with Lally Tours out of Galway. It cost me … Continue reading The Cliffs of Moher
I was lucky enough to spend nine full days in London a few years back. This was my first stop on my month long (solo) jaunt through the British Isles. London is a fast paced city with much to see and do, so how did I spend my time when I only had nine days? … Continue reading What I did in London
Brigadeiros are delicious, chocolatey fudge balls rolled in sprinkles (or a topping of your choosing). And they are also simple to make! You only need four ingredients: 1 - 14 oz Can Of Dulce de Leche* 2 Tablespoons of Butter unsalted 4 Tablespoons of Unsweetened Cocoa Powder Sprinkles Grab a pot and add the can of dulce de leche, butter, and cocoa … Continue reading Brazilian Brigadeiros
I loved England. The history, the culture, fish and chips, bangers and mash, Adnam’s, and the 99! Land of Harry Potter and Doctor Who! I was lucky enough to spend a good chunk of my trip here exploring as much as I could see. London London is the first city I have ever fallen in … Continue reading England
Flourless Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies I love to bake. For the longest time I wanted to go to school to be a pasty chef. I wanted to own my own bakery and coffee shop and spend my days making delicious cookies and crazy flavored cupcakes. I once even started to gather up some recipes … Continue reading Let’s Make Some Cookies!
People to People was when I first traveled internationally. The trips are usually 3 weeks long, and many include traveling through many different countries. For my experience, we visited France, Switzerland, Austria, and Italy. We had a group of 40 high schoolers from the CNY area, along with four teachers who acted as our leaders. … Continue reading People to People (my #TBT)
I once described Scotland as the one place I didn’t know I always wanted to visit. I decided to travel to Scotland out of convenience. When I was planning my solo trek, I literally said “Well, I guess I’ll visit Scotland since I’m already in the area.” I wish I had done more research before … Continue reading Scotland