Ready. Set. Adventure.
Here, you’ll find details of Ali’s bucket list adventures; where to go to get the best deals on bucket list adventures and what makes each location worth going to.
Each of Ali’s travel blogs contain the effects of her travel motto: good food/drink, live like a local and try/learn something new.
This is a designated portal to not only Ali’s adventures, but we invite you globe traveling adventurers to share your stories, advice and insights. If you’ve got stories or a travel site to share, msg us through the 12 Adventures Facebook page. We’d love to hear from you~
Have you ever wondered just exactly what you’re made of? Most of us assume we’re a mix of some kind. Some associate themselves solely by their religion, place of birth or known/preferred ethnicity, but we are far more than that
Just a few miles down the road the famed Cliffs of Moher you’ll find the seaside town of Lahinch (also spelled Lehinch). I found this place on my first to Ireland when I asked a favorite waitress at our hotel where
In county Galway lies Galway City (where the girls are so pretty, I first set my eyes on sweet Molly Malone). Driving around Galway can be a little hair raising with it’s cobble stone streets filled with crowds and narrow pathways
Spiddal is a peaceful little village about 25 minutes drive up the coastal road from Galway city. I probably never would’ve noticed it if it hadn’t been for friends moving there. What I like about it most is that staying there
Ah, Ireland. Where the land is green, the whiskey free-flowing, the people are spirited and the music lively. Or, Oh Ireland…where it pours down on you in buckets, the roads are dangerously windy and the tourist spots ye dreamt of