Rebekah Humphries

Rebekah Humphries is a writer and blogger hailing from Carrickfergus, County Antrim. Having graduated from The Open University with a Bachelor's Degree in English Literature and Creative Writing, she hopes to utilise her passion for writing to help showcase the best that Ireland has to offer. In her free time, you are likely to find her drinking tea with a book in hand, spending time with her black lab, or cheering on her local ice-hockey team, the Belfast Giants.

Craic: the history, meanings, and origins of ‘craic’

The word ‘craic’ is pretty commonplace in everyday Irish jargon, but from its Ulster-Scots’ roots to modern-day usage, how much do you actually know about the history,...

Top 5 quirky treehouses you can rent in Ireland

From a hexagonal hut to a cottage lacking a carbon footprint, here are five quirky treehouses which you can rent in Ireland. 

Top 10 best spa days in Northern Ireland

In need of some rest and recreation? Look no further than our list of the ten best spa days in Northern Ireland.

10 magical places in Ireland that are straight out of a fairy tale

From estates and castles to forest trails and lakes, here are ten magical places in Ireland that are straight out of a fairy tale.

Top 4 best places for crazy golf in Dublin, RANKED

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