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Terry O'Shaughnessy: Let me take you where valour, poetry, memory and pride collide

In this November season of remembrance in faraway England, Canadian references were everywhere to be found.

I happened to be in London on Remembrance Sunday, the huge annual event where the Queen and the Royals salute the fallen of all wars, and got to watch and cheer the hundreds of Canadian veterans who took part in the parade that marched down Whitehall afterwards as thousands of vets do every year on this solemn day. 487 more words

West Island Gazette

Autumn 2016 Travels in Europe: "The Troubles"

Wednesday, October 27, 2016 – Belfast and Dublin

The polite name for the tumult of political, socio-economic and religious murder and mayhem that rocked Northern Ireland at the end of the 20th century, a time many of us remember, is “The Troubles.” Belfast was at the center of the troubles. 405 more words

Dublin Half Marahton

The Dublin Half marathon had a record amount of people turn up this year with a sell-out race of 9,000 runners.

I was one of those 9,000, but for me, it was my first half marathon. 356 more words


Dublin Ireland Travel Vlog | Travel around the world video guide

Traveling with Krushworth is an around the world video guide series on YouTube. It’s not to be missed, and in this episode, I’m in Dublin Ireland. 15 more words


Dublin, Ireland

We had a blast in the capital city of Ireland and loved popping into the numerous pubs that lined the streets! We can’t wait to be back – a Guinness is definitely better in Dublin!