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“Whenever I think of the past, it brings back so many memories.” (Steven Wright)

I’m a month into my new job and the main effect it’s having is that my memory is shot to pieces. Trying to cram #allthefacts about one particular health condition into my head means all other knowledge has dribbled out of my ears. 1,218 more words


Ladder to the sea

The staircase which leads near the sea. Sit on the rocks and forget about everyday stress. Close your eyes and listen to the surf waves on the rocks. 54 more words

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Boogie on the Beach

“Boogie on the Beach” by Savannah Sam Photography ®A Gull “busts his best moves” along the edge of the surf on the beaches of Cumberland Island, Georgia.

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New Book: “Other Minds: The Octopus, the Sea, and the Deep Origins of Consciousness” 

Ok, so maybe this is not directly or solely related to the Caribbean; however, since I am interested in philosophy, I am an avid snorkeler (wish I could say “deep-sea diver” but, no), I love octopuses (as well as cats and crows) and I have come across a few of these fascinating cephalopods in Puerto Rico and other islands, I have a particularly keen “Caribbean” interest in putting this book at the top of my holiday reading pile. 344 more words


In Dublin: Dublin Bay Cruises

Dun Laoghaire, the place where my 14 year old self would spend most of my time and too much money on white hot chocolates. The sea front is always a busy spot, on a weekend, the pier will be packed with people but it’s also one of the three locations where you can catch a boat trip with Dublin cruises.  164 more words


What's it for?

“A ship in port is safe, but that’s not what ships are built for. “ Rear-Admiral Grace Murray Hopper.

In my last post, I talked about the boat as a space for writing. 989 more words

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