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Flying with Norwegian Air from Dublin to NYC

Hello from NYC. So i touched down here on tuesday evening after flying with Norwegian Air👍

Ok where to start. Im finding it hard to sit down here in New York and write this blog, this city is simply unreal, its everything you ever think of with a bit more of a kick🤗 so much going on around me🙄 (ok stop focus) so i was in New York 625 more words


Behind the scenes @ Meadows & Byrne Fashion Shoot

Ahh, AW17 is here! While I’m fitting on cosy jumpers, soft polo necks and long padded jackets I’m realising that this is it – the summer is over and so are the holidays, even though I can’t complain because I’m just back from a trip of a lifetime – sunny California and surely we’ve the October Bank Holiday to look forward to? 196 more words


There are two versions to a story and Twelve arrangements to a song!

Bíonn dhá insint ar scéal agus dhá leagan déag ar amhrán. …….There are two versions to a story and twelve arrangements to a song.

Living in Portumna, County Galway I am surrounded by spectacular architecture and a wealth of Irish history. 651 more words


A rolling stone gathers no moss, but it gathers a great shine.....

Ní chruinníonn cloch reatha caonach……….A rolling stone gathers no moss, but it gathers a great shine!

So often I am asked “what brought you to Ireland?” After living in Manhattan for many years my initial response is always “an airplane…what else”, however I do try to restrain myself and answer the question in a more appropriate manner! 970 more words


Greystones to Bray walk

Last week we went for a lovely walk from Greystones to Bray. We got the dart to Greystones station and then walked along the coast towards Bray, getting beautiful views of the Irish coast and the old railway line along the way. 125 more words

Social Outings

Ten Photos of Marvellous Mayo

I love County Mayo, as a tourist destination the team there are really on the ball at showcasing all that the county have to offer. There is something for everyone to do and it’s located on the Wild Atlantic Way so plenty of beautiful beaches to visit. 884 more words


The Magic of Ireland


Ballina/Killaloe, a place I have so much time for.  We started coming here as a family in 2007, although my parents had been here twice before already.  699 more words