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Botticino : All you need is some love and pasta

It isn’t always that my family is in a celebratory mood. We’re the conservative sort. Unwilling to experiment and averse to adventures. A meal with all of us under one roof is essentially soft conversations, a few laughs and quite a lot of food. 1,379 more words


More people like Miriam Reidy will die from carbon monoxide poisoning.

MORE PEOPLE will die before a simple measure to warn about carbon monoxide poisoning is legislated for, the sister of a woman who died in 2011 has predicted. 1,802 more words


Trident Castle - Portland Jamaica (Mother/Daughter Photo Shoot)

Peta-Gaye saw this picture we posted a few months ago where the bridesmaids at Ronica and Imar’s wedding were tired of having their photos taken and took out their frustration with their bouquets. 80 more words


TRAVEL: Port Antonio is Jamaica’s Hidden Gem

Looking for an island getaway, and considering a retreat to Jamaica? Negril, Montego Bay and Ocho Rios are great, but why not try something different? Jamaica’s resort town of… 601 more words


Trident Food Trails from 'Coast to Coast'

Foods of India are better known for its masalas – spiciness. Throughout India, be it North or South, spices are used generously in food preparations. But Coastal states make great use of these spices, seafood and coconut and serve their dishes with a sense of great pride. 728 more words


First Impressions Count for...

It was a dark and stormy night. Okay not that dark as the sun was coming to the end of it’s set, and not that stormy… there was a bit of rain. 230 more words

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Day 1 Cont'd

After visiting Blarney Castle, we headed south for our first stop for 3 nights in Kinsale. Kinsale is the gastronomic capital of Ireland, and while we were there, they were having a Chowder Festival. 56 more words