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Irish memories, Part IV (Samuel Beckett Bridge)

Another emblematic bridge in the city of Dublin is the Samuel Beckett bridge, a symbol of modern Dublin. It was opened in 2009, a… 226 more words


Irish memories, Part III (Ha'penny bridge)

This small pedestrian bridge, which official name is Liffey Bridge, is undoubtedly the symbol of the Irish capital. Such bridge joins both sides of Liffey river, lending an air of nostalgia and great remembrances to the city. 255 more words


The inaugural parkrun at Castletown House

It’s not often you get the chance to take part in an inaugural parkrun. Our local oneĀ up ’til now has been Griffeen Park in Lucan. 303 more words


Another September - DublinĀ 

Today in Dublin I had an early start in the city centre and got to enjoy the remnants of the sunrise over the Liffey. I love this time of year, the season starts to change the sun hangs low in the sky and the leafs start to turn. 239 more words


Independence - Grattan Bridge

Today in Dublin I searched the streets looking for a merlion so that I could help celebrate 50 years of Singaporean independence. Weirdly there was no mythical Merlion to be found so instead I had to settle for this brace of Merhorse that adorn the Henery Grattan bridge. 35 more words


Cadence, pace and strides and other oddities...

“To lose one parent, Mr Worthing, may be regarded as a misfortune; to lose both looks like carelessness.”
Lady Bracknell
‘The Importance of Being Earnest’ 745 more words


Miles to go...

‘The woods are lovely, dark and deep,

But I have promises to keep,

And miles to go before I sleep,

And miles to go before I sleep.’ 1,185 more words