After the Second World War, Berlin was in ruins… So what do you do with rubble and ruins of thousands upon thousands of buildings? Well in Berlin, there’s a place called Teufelsberg (Devi’s Mountain). This mountain is a man-made mountain in the west of the city. It’s one of the highest points in the city … More Teufelsberg

Tempelhof Airport

Tempelhof Airport holds a special place in many Berliners’ hearts. It’s a symbol of freedom for many, it’s a huge landmark in the city and a really great public park where anyone can spend the day cycling, running, playing with their dog, or have BBQs and picnics. I guess you wouldn’t expect an old, partially … More Tempelhof Airport

Giant’s Causeway

Giant’s Causeway is one of those places in the world that makes you believe in magic. If you ever find yourself in Ireland or Northern Ireland, make sure you find a way to go see the Causeway. After a great experience with PaddyWagon, I booked a day tour from Belfast. Our first stop was at … More Giant’s Causeway

Cliffs of Moher

I was told that a day trip to the Cliffs of Moher was a must. I left early from Dublin and got on the PaddyWagon tour to the cliffs. We headed off bright and early at 7:50am and made our way west. Our first stop was a small village called Kinvarra. It’s right on the coast … More Cliffs of Moher