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The reality of writing a weekly column in a newspaper.

“Wow, well done on your column,” some say. “Thank you,” I reply a little mortified.

“I didn’t know you were a journalist,”
others say. “Oh I’m not,” … 575 more words


Thursday Doors

Back in Cork city for this week’s Thursday Doors and not a cell in sight. I think I’ve spent enough time photographing prisons over the past few weeks so let’s have a look at an old building of a completely different nature. 295 more words



About 16 miles south of Dublin along the Wicklow coast is a little town called Greystones. It was named for a stretch of coastline between two beaches where grey stones were found.  89 more words


The Evolution of the Boychik Doughnut

Kristin Zipprich is a student at Christopher Newport University and an ISA Featured Blogger. She is currently studying abroad with ISA in Galway, Ireland… 450 more words

International Studies Abroad

The Pavilion at Kingstown (Dun Laoghaire) circa 1905-1910 - County Dublin, Ireland

This is a very old image by Valentine of the Pavilion at Kingstown (now Dun Laoghaire), County Dublin, Ireland.   The wooden pavilion has been replaced by several successive structures, and today it is a large, white stucco structure housing restaurants and shops.