Tempo Cafe open in Ballisodare last year. After years of interest in healthy eating and nutrition, Noirin Kelly decided to turn her passion for flavoursome, nutritious cooking into a new venture. I've previously called in for takeaway porridge - which is something else by the way. Over the weekend I decided to have breakfast there.... Continue Reading →
When Jono had his check up in Dublin the consultant told him to try physiotherapy in a swimming pool to help his back pain. The only problem was he can only do about 15 minutes a week at the moment so joining a leisure centre would have been expensive and the sports centre would be... Continue Reading →
Yesterday Lucy and I went into town. She wanted to check out the sales and spend the vouchers she got for Christmas. I'd run out of bread and milk 😉 Anyway Sligo was packed! The queue in Penneys was almost back to the door and a lot of the shelves in other shops were empty.... Continue Reading →
I have to share this photo with you that I took tonight at 10pm. There are some benefits to going out and being a 'taxi driver' for the kids.
Following on from my other blog post about The Mill Apartment, Ballisodare. I went back again today in the company of Sarah, who writes 'Derelict Nation'. We took some more photos and had a look around the place. I really can't begin to describe how I felt looking at the apartments. It really sent shivers... Continue Reading →
I have seen various blogs and photos about The Mill Apartments but I wanted to go and see for myself. I drive passed this place almost every day. It was built on the site of the old Avena Mill which was once owned by the Pollexfen family. You can read more about it on Sligo... Continue Reading →