With people planning holidays in Ireland this year I thought I'd write a post of some of my suggestions of things to do in Sligo. Knocknashee Go for a walkThese aren't any old walks, these are Sligo Walks. Whatever your level of fitness and whatever your preference - forests, beaches, urban, rural - there's a... Continue Reading →
When Discover Enniscrone asked me if I'd like to feature Enniscrone on the blog I jumped at the chance. It's been a long time since I visited, and it's such a fabulous place I really need to go back more. Enniscrone is located on the Wild Atlantic Way, around a 40 minute drive from Sligo... Continue Reading →
Ballina Community Radio finished broadcasting on FM today, so it was my final show for the time being.The station will continue online here. Thanks so much to everyone who listened, and to Mayo North for being the show sponsor. You can listen to the show here:
Jog with your dog, bound with your hound or SUP with your pup The Wild Atlantic Wag is a festival like no other - it’s a weekend of dog centred fun and activities in the Sligo seaside village of Enniscrone on Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th September 2021. The festival centres around a beach canicross... Continue Reading →
If you missed my radio show on Ballina Community Radio show, you can listen back below. I'll tell you all about what I've been up to, and there's an hour of upbeat music, including Coldplay, Genesis, Elton John, and more.
Another Sunday has rolled around, and what a rollercoaster of a week it has been. I wrote a post some time ago about Wildlife West Rescue naming an orphaned fox after me, this week it was time for Val the Vixen to be released back into the wild and I was asked to go along.... Continue Reading →
I recently went for a day trip to Donegal, it's taken me a while to write about it because I was overwhelmed by the beauty of the place. I know all of Ireland is beautiful, but there really was something powerful about the time I spent in Donegal - and I probably went on the... Continue Reading →