As it was Halloween yesterday we headed up to Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh. This is our 3rd year of going up and makes a change from sitting at home waiting for the windows to be egged! In fairness it only happened last year, so I suppose it could be worse.
Yesterday Jono and I went to visit Derry for the day. I’ve heard it’s the best place to celebrate Halloween and they had events running all week so we decided to check it out. It’s almost a 3 hour bus trip each way but it’s well worth the journey.
We are very lucky here in Sligo to have some brilliant markets and the Strandhill People’s Market is just one of them.
If you go down to Easkey today you’re in for a big surprise! The Easkey Scarecrow Festival is taking place and it’s great! There’s a scare around every corner! It’s putting the wild into the Wild Atlantic Way!
On Friday (which was Halloween) we went to Enniskillen as they have their annual firework display. This is our second year of going to it and we really enjoy it, plus it’s free! It was a lovely mild night and I love the reflections from the Erneside shopping centre on the River Erne.
On Wednesday night Lucy and I went along to Shells in Strandhill for their pumpkin carving night. I had no idea what to expect (apart from carving pumpkins!) but it was such an enjoyable night. When we arrived the cafe was all lit up and looked very welcoming. The cafe was decorated with bats, witches, […]