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Orla the Explorer

The Origin of Hallowe’en

Hallowe’en is an ancient Celtic festival, which marks the end of harvest time and the onset of winter. Traditionally,View full post »

Wine and Dine in Dublin

I will be continually updating this post with some great places to eat around Dublin. Below are just some of myView full post »

Got Wings?

I decided to add a pop of colour to the back wall just for the craic!! I haven’t spray painted anything sinceView full post »

Bordados: An Exhibition of Embroidered Textiles from Mexico

Last Friday (08/07/16) a lovely exhibition opened at the Mexican Embassy on Raglan Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4. TheView full post »

In Dublin’s Fair City

Dublin comes from the Gaelic Dubh Linn, meaning Black Pool. It celebrated its millennium birthday in 1988. It wasView full post »

Shark Week

In honour of Shark Week, I am posting some of my favourite photos swimming with these magnificent andView full post »

One Day in St. Tropez

An easy way to get to St Tropez is to take the Trans Côte D’azur boat, departing from Nice (Lunel Quay) or CannesView full post »

Fun Times in the French Riviera

GRASSE Probably the most famous son of Grasse was François Joseph Paul (1722-1788), Comte de Grasse. He was an admiralView full post »