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Time for romance.
And in love.

So blissfully alone.

We had a third consecutive day of sunshine today. Again. Not even two weeks after the 4-day heatwave (when the thermometer reached 21 degrees on two distinct occasions). 19 more words


All Hale the Irish Summer

Today in Dublin it was obvious that the summer has truly landed.

The DNa of your average Irishman is programmed to instruct the brain when the solar rays have reached a certain level that it is critical that the tops be removed to allow for maximum sunburn. 13 more words


Sendero de Greystones a Bray

El sábado decidimos ir a Bray, pero de una forma diferente… ir con el Dart hasta Greystones y luego caminar hasta Bray. Pero antes unos cuantos (todos menos yo y Tania), fueron primero a una iglesia y luego quedaríamos sobre las 11:00h en el spire, cosa que no fue así, ya que el tour en la iglesia se retrasó. 244 more words

My Story - Romans 12:1-2

Ever since I came to the church last July, people have been asking me about my story. How did you get here? What has your life of faith been like? 1,969 more words


200 years of the Ha'penny Bridge: Songs of the City.

Our next HSC session is 4th June with  ‘200 Years of the Ha’penny Bridge: Songs of the City’ hosted by our own Brian Doyle.


Once a year, I like to do a day trip to Dublin, and while there, take in a League Of Ireland game.

Due to an international match being played on the League Of Ireland’s traditional Friday night slot, this round of games were moved to a Sunday afternoon, and on a Bank Holiday Weekend, made this round a no brainer for me. 767 more words