Sculpture Saturday

This popular Dublin landmark came about when Dublin City Council commissioned sculptor Tommy Craggs to work on a dying Monterey Cypress – thought to be about 200 years old. UK born Craggs worked in forestry before moving into sculpture and has won numerous competitions and awards. He created the 10 metre piece of art with […]

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Wild Atlantic Way – The Ultimate Road Trip!!

ITS OFFICIAL!!! Well – at least according to Lonely Planet! The Wild Atlantic Way earned a great (and well deserved) boost this week when it came in at number 21 on L.P.’s latest list of 500 unmissable global travel experiences. This stunning 2,500km route up along our west coast showcases the best of what Ireland […]

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A Great Donegal day out – the Inishowen 100

Is there any end, you ask, to the natural beauty of this rock I’m proud to call home…. In a word ….NO! So seatbelts fastened, we’re off on yet another spectacular drive! Even by Donegal standards, Inishowen is remote! At the very north of the county (and country!) this peninsula doesn’t get the attention it […]

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Silent Sunday

Slieve League, County Donegal, Ireland

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A Great Donegal day out – Glenveagh National Park

Wilderness and rugged landscapes you’d expect up here in the midst of the Derryveagh Mountains, but a massive landed estate with manicured gardens? Surely not! Frequently listed as Donegal’s number one attraction, Glenveagh NP is a must do when visiting Ireland’s north west. Ok – it might be a bit remote but a chance to […]

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