Road Trip: Malin Head

Malin Head lies on the Inishowen Peninsula in County Donegal, at the most northerly tip of the island of Ireland. It is the start (or end, depending on your point of view) of the Wild Atlantic Way and has long been renowned for its epic coastal scenery, thriving birdlife and historical curiosities. This place is so pretty to walk byContinue reading “Road Trip: Malin Head”

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Road Trip: Buncrana

This short little walk is a traffic free walk, along the shore of Lough Swilly between Buncrana and Stragill Strand. It passes along the quiet beaches, old forts and numerous sites of historical interest. I find the views to be quite peaceful. It’s a simple walk as well apart from some stone areas.

Road Trip: Dunluce Castle

I don’t know about you, but living in this castle right next to the ocean seems pretty exciting but scary at the same time! It was first built on the dramatic coastal cliffs of north County Antrim by the MacQuillan family around 1500, the earliest written record of the castle was in 1513. It wasContinue reading “Road Trip: Dunluce Castle”

Road Trip: Glenveagh

Glenveagh is a pretty place, whether you are viewing it for walking, cycling or going for a stroll. It’s a great place for taking pictures, whether you are posing or for sight-seeing as well. I have yet to cycle using their own cycling gear. I find it intriguing how this place used to be someone’sContinue reading “Road Trip: Glenveagh”

Tuesday Thoughts

What do you want out of life? I want to see the world. I want to travel and actually live the stories that are told to me throughout the novels I read.  That novel Wild Woman’s Guide to Traveling the World has made me hungry for this desire.  I want fun and adventure in travelling. 

Glenveagh National Park

If you are ever in the Letterkenny area looking for a day out. This place should be on the top of your to-do list.  It is in the centre of a national park which has the wilderness, mountains and lakes surrounding it. What a pretty place it is to be in. It acts as aContinue reading “Glenveagh National Park”

Stroll Down Roe Valley Country Park

The Roe Valley Country Park is a forested area containing part of the River Roe, south west of Limavady, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland. It is maintained by the NIEA. The park is approximately 3 miles long and consists of mainly delicious, riparian woodland on each side of the Roe. The terrain next to the riverContinue reading “Stroll Down Roe Valley Country Park”

Book Review: The Summer of Serendipity

Plot:  One summer, property seeker, Serendipity Parker finds herself on the beautiful west coast of Ireland, hunting for a home for a wealthy Irish client. But when she finds the perfect house in the small town of Ballykiltara, there’s a problem; nobody seems to know who owns it. ‘The Welcome House’ is a local legend.Continue reading “Book Review: The Summer of Serendipity”

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