FINALLY getting around to starting the blog posts from our big trip and there’s going to be a few! We started our big trip in my home country of Ireland where we started off in north county Dublin at my parents’ home in Loughshinny. Just up the road there is a beautiful castle and gardens … More Ardgillan Gardens
I’ve been living in Tasmania for over two years now and have seen some incredible places, truly amazing sights that have made me pinch myself just to check if I’m awake and aren’t living in some dream world. They’ve all been in the South of Tassie though, I’ve neglected the North of this great island … More Northwest Tasmania Roadtrip
Aaaah the road, getting out of the city and into the wilderness, is there anything better? The road to the Gordon Dam is certainly a road trip to savour with so many breathtaking vistas along the way. The first of these came as we approached Lake Pedder and the forest around us suddenly gave way … More Southwest Tasmania
On the eve of our next adventure to Tasmania, Australia I’d like to share a post from my home. Since we came back from the Czech Republic I’ve had the opportunity to see some of the most scenic parts of this beautiful island and will share some photos with you over the coming few posts. … More Dublin mountains and Glendalough
Ah yes, The Sound of Music, for many of us it’s our first introduction to Austria….or your first Arnie movie, depending on your preference. I’d go somewhere in the middle….An Arnie musical James?…..Yes….yes one of those. So Austria then, the second leg of our Austro-German holiday trip in the absolutely delightful town of Pertisau on … More I wonder what grass tastes like: Pertisau, Austria.
Time for a little break from the Czech Republic this time round. Sinéad and I recently had a most delightful trip to the beautiful city of Vancouver in Canada as part of a birthday surprise for her dad. Thankfully the surprise worked out and he was none the wiser until we turned up to say … More An evening in Steveston