The National Famine Way

I've teamed up with The National Famine Way, to tell you more about this very special walk, and hopefully to inspire you to check it out for yourself. Strokestown House In 1847 a group of people made their way from Strokestown Park in County Roscommon to Custom House Quay in Dublin, in the hope of... Continue Reading →

Easter Treats Dublin Style

Forgive me as Dublin is not my specialist subject, but I was asked if I would compile a Dublin based blog post similar to my Sligo Easter treats. I did put a call out but didn't get many responses so I've had a look around and here are some I found. Flow creating Handmade Chocolate... Continue Reading →

The week that was

I've had such an amazing week. Probably one of the best I've had in a long time. Mid-week was a trip to Dublin and Friday was a trip to Galway, it's funny how everything happens at the same time but it was all great. The Dublin trip was meself and himself. We hardly ever go... Continue Reading →

14 Henrietta Street

I'm a bit of a history geek I've recently discovered so when I heard about 14 Henrietta Street in Dublin I had to pay a visit. This is a museum with a difference, it's set in a Georgian Townhouse in Dublin's Northside. The house dates back to the late 1700's and is one of a... Continue Reading →

Inspiring women

I went to the Women's Inspire Network event at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin during the week. This is a network of women in business, or thinking of starting a business. The head of the network is the lovely Samantha Kelly aka the Tweeting Goddess. I've known Samantha online for many years but I got... Continue Reading →

Bloom 2018

  I was finally lucky enough to win tickets to Bloom, thank you so much to gra-produce - I love you - see what I did there - possibly something only Irish people will get. Anyway I was so excited the night before I couldn't sleep.....sounds familiar. I was half-tempted to get the 1am bus... Continue Reading →

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