There’s a nomadic madness to Galway City that no one really quite understands unless they’re from the county itself.
“I have gone far out in the world, east and west in my time, and so the peace within these enclosing walls is fitting for the evening of my days”.
Quote by Lady Gregory, the late owner of Coole Park House and walled gardens
Featured picture: the roses in the gardens of Coole Park, Galway.
Pic by Tara King
When I visited Ballintubber Abbey earlier this year, my mother and grandmother accompanied me. My mother wanted to see the abbey. My grandmother, on the other hand, wanted to see where 007 got married!
Kerry is definitely one of the best places to visit in Ireland! Continue reading “Dingle, County Kerry”
I’m an extremely positive person by nature but even I’m finding it difficult to think of one reason why someone should visit The Giant’s Causeway.
Shortly before my visit to Antrim, I had a chat with a photographer friend of mine about the landmark known as ‘The Dark Hedges’. Continue reading “The Dark Hedges”
Ben Bulben is a brilliant climb… as long as you climb up the correct side, that is.
Climb up the wrong side, (like I did!) and you could easily end up with a few injuries. Continue reading “Ben Bulben, Sligo”