Hopefully the turkey sandwiches are now a thing of the past but I'm sure 'I'm bored' is a well used term in most households - probably from the adults ;). Here are just a few ideas to keep the family entertained throughout the holidays. As I'm based in Sligo most of the ideas will be... Continue Reading →
I'm finally catching up on old blog posts that I should have written but somehow never got around to it. Back in June it was Andy's 50th birthday and also our 25th wedding anniversary. It was so strange because without us knowing we'd both gone shopping in the same shop! We both went to Lollypotz... Continue Reading →
Yesterday I went up to 'A Taste of Donegal' which is a food festival taking place in Donegal town this weekend. It's the first time I've ever been there and I really enjoyed my visit and got to try out some new foods. There were also food demos taking place and lots of entertainment for... Continue Reading →
Images taken from my journey and adventures along the Wild Atlantic Way from Erris, Co. Mayo - Donegal. Thanks to the Hawk's Well Theatre and Lookwest.ie for partnering me, to all the many people who helped along the way and to James Blennerhasset for the use of his music on this video.
Back on a dull, dark day in January I was invited along to the Hawk's Well Theatre in Sligo to have a chat about possibly having a photography exhibition there. I was thrilled to be asked! The exhibition was to be landscape images of the North West and with the help of my friend Heidi... Continue Reading →
As part of my Wild Atlantic Wayfarer project I headed to the Surf Capital, Bundoran in Co. Donegal today to pay a visit to Turf and Surf and try surfing for the first time ever. I was a bit worried as I've never tried surfing before and having recently got over my fear of the... Continue Reading →