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7 Reasons why you should go on a Solo Trip

By Andreina Gonzalez / February 28, 2019

If you have never been on a solo trip there are usually two reasons for it. For some, the idea of going on a trip on their own is a real challenge, is scary and uncomfortable. For some others, it is the thing they have been waiting for but haven’t had the time/money to do it. […]


Is Parmigiano perfect food?

By Francesco Iriti / January 29, 2019

Is Parmigiano perfect food? Parmigiano-Reggiano is a cheese that can only be made with extremely precise ingredients. There are only three ingredients: milk, salt, and rennet, the enzyme that curdles milk. There is Parmigiano’s taste: salty but sweet, grassy but nutty, sharp but rich. There’s its texture: hard but grainy, popping with white crystals. Parmigiano: […]


Some of the best places to celebrate Christmas

By admin / December 12, 2018

Don’t you know where to celebrate Christmas? If you are still looking for a place where you can go for dinner with friends or family, or somewhere to enjoy after dinner, these are some of the best places to go in Dublin. Sometimes finding a place to stay and that everyone likes is a really […]


The best Christmas Markets in Ireland this 2018

By Lucia Garrido Vázquez / November 30, 2018

Don’t you know what to to at Christmas? The Christmas markets are the best option to enjoy these holidays.  The arrival of the cold doesn’t mean that you should stay at home. Although watching a film lying on the couch and covered with a blanket may seem the best plan for Christmas, there are many […]


Modern Internet Literature: Meme

By Chloe Li / July 31, 2018

Have you heard of meme before? It is a trendy communication tool on the internet among the netizens. It is a virtually-transmitted cultural symbol and social idea. According to the definition by the Oxford Dictionary, it literally means images, videos, or even piece of text etc. It may be humorous about society or nature typically. […]


The Hidden Flag in Russia

By Carlo Colleluori / July 9, 2018

Maybe nobody knows that in Russia to show and display rainbow flag can be punishable by a jail sentence, as it is classified as ‘gay propaganda’. Life for homosexual people there is very hard and full of risks and punishments, and what should just be easy, becomes an every day challenge. And a challenge is […]


Dublin Going Vegan

By Sambhavi Sudhakar / June 16, 2018

              As one of the twenty first century’s fastest growing movements, veganism entails exceptional moral, health and environmental benefits. In propagating a lifestyle that categorically abstains from the commodification of all sentient beings, the philosophy of veganism is deeply intertwined with animal ethics. Contrary to its conventional perception as highly limited in terms of options, […]


What is Direct Provision?

By Jade Wilson / January 11, 2018

The term ‘Direct Provision’ has made its way into the news a lot more frequently in recent months. In November, hundreds of people gathered to protest against the system that has spanned almost eighteen years now. Despite the attention Direct Provision is finally beginning to garner, there is still confusion amongst the public about what […]


Wrestling With the “Aussie” Flu

By Natalia Ilina / January 8, 2018

According to the latest statistics, around 4,5 million people in the UK are suffering from  “influenza-like symptoms”. Some churches have even implemented infection prevention measures, the first time since the 2008/9 swine flu outbreak. Priests are encouraged to disinfect their hands before distributing Holy Communion, also, handshakes are banned during services. The Republic of Ireland […]


Things To Do in Dalkey!

By Gamze Yarsi / November 28, 2017

Dalkey or Deilginis (Irish for Thorn Island) is one of the seaside towns on the south of Dublin. Dalkey has an ancient, rich and varied history. It was founded as a Viking settlement and became an active port during the Middle Ages. According to chronicler John Clyn (c.1286–c.1349), it was one of the ports through […]

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