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Carlotta Cutrale


The Irishman: a review

By Carlotta Cutrale / December 9, 2019

Martin’s back at it again. We decided to sit down quietly and watch the 3hours and 29 minutes of movie: The Irishman by Martin Scorsese. And, it was all worth it in the end.  The title could fool you. I’m not going to lie: it’s not exactly that Irish though. Joke aside, based on Charles […]


A run for a smile: Annual Aware Christmas Run

By Carlotta Cutrale / December 6, 2019

The great Christmas charity event is set to kick off again in Dublin. Get your trainers on and participate in the annual Aware Christmas run, raising funds for mental health in Ireland.  Overcoming Thanksgiving could be done with a smile. Christmas and New Year’s are when most everyone seems to ooze good cheer and merriment. […]


Have yourself a merry green Christmas: A guide

By Carlotta Cutrale / December 4, 2019

Christmas can be a joyful and affectionate time for many. But it is also a difficult time for raising awareness about the environment. Looking for some tips on how to reduce your impact on Mama Earth this festive season? Check out this guide on how to have a very green Christmas. Christmas is not just […]


Last Polar Express stop: Christmas Markets in Ireland

By Carlotta Cutrale / November 30, 2019

Have a look at this list featuring the most iconic and meticulously picked Christmas Markets in Ireland. Ready to jump on the most “holly-jolly” train journey around Ireland?  With so many heartfelt traditions, today’s sweetest moments look slightly different for all of us, but sweet they are indeed. Who hasn’t started dreaming of snow, drinking […]


Next Polar Express stop: Dublin Christmas Markets

By Carlotta Cutrale / November 26, 2019

That time of the year has arrived. If you, like us, were waiting for strolling around some alpine stalls, holding a cup of mulled wine while imagining the snow falling over your knitted hat, then you’re ready for this amazing Dublin Christmas markets list. From knitted clothing pieces to adorable recycled toothbrushes, the Dublin Christmas […]


Social munchies: Late night restaurants in Dublin

By Carlotta Cutrale / November 22, 2019

Feeling a little peckish after a long night of socialising and dancing? Check out our list of the best Late-night restaurants in Dublin to help you satisfy those larger induced cravings. We’ve all been in that place where two beers turn into five and suddenly it’s just past midnight and many pubs stop serving food, […]


The Vintage Chronicles: the North

By Carlotta Cutrale / November 20, 2019

This is the last in the series of the Vintage Chronicles, with our backpacks now full of new clothes and ready to be worn on the best or worst occasions. As long as we wear them! To the North. Before we get back to where it all started, in Dublin, we have the final stop […]


9 Spanish Restaurants in Ireland

By Carlotta Cutrale / November 14, 2019

Sooner or later anyone in their life wants to organize a party based on sangria and tapas, maybe enjoying some Mediterranean wine or hanging around dressed-up as a flamenco dancer. It’s an inevitable stage of life.  The energy and joy of Spains, from the folklore cults to the culinary traditions are contagious and are spreading […]


The Vintage Chronicles: The South

By Carlotta Cutrale / November 12, 2019

We embarked on a journey into the vintage world starting from Dublin, the capital of the Emerald Isle and a crucial point for the culture of vintage, recycled and charity.  Let’s pack our ( eco ) bags and set out to discover the deep South of Ireland in search of the best, or simply the […]


Live Venues: Traditional Irish Music

By Carlotta Cutrale / November 8, 2019

After spending enough time in Ireland and with Irish people, you’ll be probably hit by the great epiphany (or inducted realisation!) that no matter who you talk to, anyone will tell you that their surname has origins infused with mystery and legend. But above all that they descend from a centenary lineage of bards or […]

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