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Glanaphuca on stage in Rehearsed Reading

Glanaphuca, my stage play based on my novel The Lake will be in rehearsed reading in my local town of Dalkey at 7.30pm on Friday 9th June 2017. 77 more words

Dalkey

Another ramble - Dun Laoghaire - Killiney Hill

With slightly under 4 months left before my next stroll in Spain, I can already feel my anticipation levels rising. I want to go now!….but I would probably lose my job and annoy a whole bunch of people. 466 more words

Camino

A successful failure

NASA used that phrase to describe their Apollo 13 mission (the one on which the movie was based, the one with Tom Hanks). It is one of my favourite terms to call seemingly glass half empty situation a glass full one. 414 more words

Climbing

List of Sixteen Haiku about my experience in Dublin yesterday

Bus Éireann dispute!
Closed Busaras on Sunday!
Goldliners still on!

Multipack of crisps!
Bought in a Dungannon shop!
Some for homeless guy!

DART to Killiney! 168 more words

Photo Walk: New Year's Day in Killiney

My first full day in Dublin was spent walking from Killiney Beach all the way to the top of Killiney Hill and back down to Dalkey. 183 more words

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Dia daoibh ar maidin. Good morning from Stair na hÉireann.

A friend made is a road paved, an enemy created is a wall built.

Dalkey, Co Dublin, Sigita JP Photography

Ireland

1920 – The Siege of Tralee: Ten people die in a day and night of violence in Co Kerry.

Two RIC constables were shot dead in Abbeydorney by IRA volunteers. Two more RIC men were killed and two more wounded in nearby Ballyduff. Black and Tans burned the creamery in Ballyduff in reprisal and shot and bayoneted a local man, James Houlahan. 1,126 more words

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