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Lost in Northern Ireland

We wasted no time getting from Dublin to the north of Ireland. Some may censure our speedy trip to Dublin, arguing that one day does not provide ample time to see all of the things Dublin has to offer. 1,691 more words


Hill of Tara and back to Dublin for my birthday

What a spectacular day in Ireland. I spent the morning with the Lia Fail (the Stone of Destiny). The sun was shining and at the Hill of Tara I could see not quite all of Ireland. 34 more words


"Believe in a love that is being stored up for you like an inheritance" Rainer Maria Rilke

I bought this beautiful book, Letters to a Young Poet, a couple of weeks ago- no doubt I’ve read it all by the time you read this! 321 more words


Four Days in Ireland

“Travel makes one modest. You see what a tiny place you occupy in the world”- Gustave Flaubert

WOOO I HAVE WIFI ONCE MORE. While Ireland was incredibly amazing, it did leave me without any Internet connection whatsoever for a week. 751 more words


"Live where you fear to live" Rumi

“Run from what’s comfortable. Forget safety. Live where you fear to live. Destroy your reputation. Be notorious. I have tried prudent planning long enough. From now on I’ll be mad.” 133 more words


A Week In Pictures!

I am now in Mont Tremblant in Canada and have visited a lot of beautiful places over the past couple of weeks- both at home in Ireland and here. 174 more words


Another Irish Lesson Heard From!

This week’s Irish Vocabulary lesson (see menu, above) includes Names of people and places that appear in Irish Firebrands.

In general, most ethnic Irish surnames are patronymic. 66 more words