Exciting Enniscrone

Sometimes everything not only goes to plan but turns out to be much more than I expected it to be. This happened to me in Enniscrone. I had a long overdue visit planned as part of the #wawayfarer project. Mairead from Discover Enniscrone was just fantastic putting me in touch with people who wanted to... Continue Reading →

Sligo Walks – Lissadell

Still on my Wild Atlantic Wayfarer project (in conjunction with the Hawk's Well Theatre and LookWest), this time it was off for a walk along Lissadell beach, Sligo. It's a lovely flat walk, so suitable for all abilities. There was no one else around when I was there so I had a lovely peaceful walk... Continue Reading →

Killaspugbrone, Strandhill

It was a beautiful, sunny day on Friday and I had an hour to spare so I decided to pay a visit to the ruins Killaspugbrone Church near Strandhill, Co. Sligo. Killaspugbrone is one of the 'Sligo Walks' and is part of a longer looped walk which you can find out about here. I usually... Continue Reading →

Seeing things

I was too early for Beltra market this morning so I headed down to Portavade beach (which is on the same road as Dunmoran). It was lovely with the sun shining and when I got out of the car I was delighted to see a seal. I spent about ten minutes waiting to see if... Continue Reading →

A feast by the seaside at Tra Ban

On a wild windy night Lucy and I went along to the wonderful hidden gem that is Trá Bán (which means white strand in Irish). Trá Bán is located just above The Strand Bar in scenic Strandhill, Co. Sligo. When we arrived the waves were crashing on the shore and from our table by the... Continue Reading →


Last Saturday Lucy and I went to Enniscrone. I won a voucher for lunch from the Diamond Coast Hotel so we went out for it. Enniscrone is a beautiful place and even though it was cold there were several people out walking. The Diamond Coast Hotel is a lovely place, I'd love to stay there.... Continue Reading →

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