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’s […]

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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. 

Antrim Castle Gardens

This beautiful place has four centuries of culture and heritage. You can easily get lost here as there is plenty to see in terms of walking about; parterres, canals, castle ruins and a very pleasant walk to the shore of Lough Neagh along Six Mile Water. I was most interested in the little book posts […]

Book Review: If you could go anywhere

Plot: Angie has always wanted to travel. But at 29, she has still never left her small mining town in the Australian outback. When her grandmother passes away, Angie finally feels free to see the world – until she discovers a letter addressed to the father she never knew and is forced to question everything. […]

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 a […]

Portrush

Small little seaside resort in County Antrim of Northern Ireland. This town is known for its three sandy beaches; the West Strand, East Strand and White Rocks and some Golf clubs It has a Waterworld complex on the edge of the town as well. The path along the rocks, Ramore Head has a pretty walk […]

Trip to the Louvre Museum!

During my trip to France, I knew that I needed to visit the Louvre whilst in Paris, simply because it is the greatest repository of cultural artifacts and treasures in the world.  From the very beginning of my trip, I had my heart set on viewing its extensive collection of artifacts including getting a glimpse […]

Stroll Along Ness Woods

This forest looking woods contains riverside and woodland paths including wooden steps & footbridges and it is habitat of many species and wildlife and birdlife!  The park section has wildlife ponds, picnic tables, wildflower meadows and a new Visitor Centre where you can view an exhibition on woodland biodiversity. It is an enjoyable walk and […]

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