When We Travel Again – The Erris Edition

A memory came up on Facebook today, it's five years since I went coasteering in Erris so I've decided to bring back some memories for me and take you in a virtual trip at the same time. Erris is a Gaeltacht region in County Mayo, it's a stunning place to visit. Wild and rural, with... Continue Reading →

Going Underground in Rathcroghan

I love the exploring and I've been to Rathcroghan Visitor Centre many times but I've never been to Oweynagat (Cave of the Cats) before. This has been described as Ireland’s “Gate to Hell” and the entrance to the Otherworld. It's also said to be the location where Halloween or Samhain originated from. Samhain was the... Continue Reading →

Mid-September Morning

I love this time of year, especially when it's a nice day. This morning was just beautiful, I woke up early as the sun was rising and the intention was to go to the gym. As I was driving there and saw the mist on the fields I just couldn't bring myself to be indoors... Continue Reading →

Sheep, Solitude, Sligo

I get itchy feet a lot, as you may have noticed. We live in the shadow of the Ox Mountain range so going right off the beaten track is very easy to do. Sometimes all I want is to be by myself in the middle of nowhere. When I say by myself I mean me... Continue Reading →

Milltown Woods, Lurganboy, Leitrim

The River Bonet runs through these woods and it's just so peaceful walking around there, listening to the water rushing and the birds singing. There are several walkways, some uphill where you see bluebells and some fairly flat so suitable for all levels of fitness. In among the bluebells I saw a white one, it's... Continue Reading →

O’Rourke’s Table, Leitrim

I was looking for bluebells this week and I saw a post on a friend's Facebook page of a beautiful stairway surrounded by bluebells. I had to go and see this place for myself. It was the walk to O'Rourke's Table. Google maps took me to the wrong place, so after ending up halfway up... Continue Reading →

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