In the shadow of a giant

Quite a few weeks ago I was up at some daft hour due to insomnia and decided to go off walking. It was a beautiful morning, the sun was beginning to rise and I drove to the Isle of Innisfree. From there I walked from Innisfree to Slish Wood and back again. This is part... Continue Reading →

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Sunny Sunday in Sligo

Yesterday was a brilliant day, I love taking photos at festivals and to be asked by Cairde Arts Festival to take photos at Park Fest was a dream come true. The sun shone, there were smiles all round, great food, fantastic entertainment and wonderful music. Visually it was a sight to be hold; the vibrant... Continue Reading →

Things to do in Sligo, July 2018

A little redirect. I'm now posting most of the Sligo events over on Sligo Hub. So if you are looking for something to do in Sligo for the month of July or are just looking for Sligo suggestions in general head to the hub 🙂

A Dawn Paddle in South Sligo

Today I was up and about with the dawn chorus at 4am. I love exploring and when I heard that Wild Wet Adventures were doing a dawn kayak at Temple House Lake in South Sligo I booked my place. The rain was gently falling when I arrived but this is Ireland so you expect rain... Continue Reading →

Sligo Hub is open for business

We are delighted to announce that Sligo Hub is open for business. Since it launched quietly on March 12th it has had 7000 visitors. We also have over 5000 likes on Facebook, 1200 on Twitter and over 700 on Instagram - which is our newest platform. For less than the cost of half a cup... Continue Reading →

The Long Way Home

I was in Tubbercurry on Friday and instead of taking the normal main road home I decided to take a bit of a detour. I headed up towards Lough Easkey - this is one of my favourite places in Sligo. If you haven't been there yet it's well worth a visit. Take the road out... Continue Reading →

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