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Jase & Bren: Home - February 7, 2014


*Running a hand through her hair she took off her glasses to rub the bridge of her nose. The stack of papers did not seem to be diminishing, rather she thought it was growing. 102 more words


dublin day four: final day in photos

So strange to be in two countries in one day. So wonderful to travel an ocean holding your father’s hand when the ride gets rocky. Although it seems as if I’ve had a tough holiday, my father and I came out stronger than ever. 158 more words



Two homeless people kiss on a bridge.

The world does not stop.

People pass over the waters

Fast paced escape from the weight of the sky. 113 more words


Celtic capital - Dublin, Ireland

Arriving at Dublin airport before my destination to Spain, this landing was the second time for me. Again, I was greeted by both English and Irish Gaelic language signs scattered across the airport. 469 more words


Dublin celebrates Rosie Hackett on International Women's Day.

Rosie Hackett – if you don’t know who she was then you will after International Women’s Day. The new bridge across the Liffey is to be named after her and her involvement in the Dublin 1913 Lockout will be celebrated at Liberty Hall on Saturday March 8 from 7pm onwards. 307 more words