A step back in time in the Museum of Country Life

We are very luck to have the National Museum of Country Life a short drive from us. It's located just outside Castlebar in Co. Mayo and really worth a visit. It's free to visit, although donations are welcome. You can walk around the beautiful grounds, including the conservatory. There's a great article here about the... Continue Reading →

Things to do in Enniskillen

Enniskillen is one of my favourite places to visit - and not just because there is a massive Asda there! They also have lots of things to do, some that I've done and some that I haven't. I thought this post might be of interest if you are planning a visit. Enniskillen Taste Experience. This... Continue Reading →

The Knocknashee Walk

Knocknashee (the hill of the fairies) is very close to where I live and I've wanted to walk up in for a long time. I'm delighted that there is now an official walk up there and I went up a couple of weeks ago. Weather wise it wasn't the best day but if you are... Continue Reading →

Sligo Folk Park

I've been to Sligo Folk Park several times over the years. The park is in the beautiful village of Riverstown - which is a lovely place to visit in itself. The folk park has had a fantastic makeover recently and it was an absolute pleasure to go back and see the place looking so well.... Continue Reading →

Up to the caves

We've had some really lousy weather recently and it has made me very lazy. I'd normally go out for regular walks but the weather put a halt to my gallop, this morning I made myself go out. I had to go to Ballymote anyway (check out the baker truck there on Thursday and Saturday mornings),... Continue Reading →

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