Tag Archives: Ireland

Bank Holiday Fun at the Beach!

Hey all! I spent this weekend in Wexford and the break away was definitely needed! We had a lot of fun and it was soooo relaxing – just what I need. I took lots of snaps of our fun so I wanted to share them with you. I heart being by the sea and I think Ireland has so many ...

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A Day in the Life of Squidge: Duckett’s Grove Castle

Hello all! A couple of weekends ago Paddy and I went on a road trip down to Co. Carlow to the spooky and gorgeous Duckett’s Grove Castle. We often drive down to the grounds for a walk around the ruins and the beautiful walled gardens. It was a really sunny day and there weren’t too many people around so it ...

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Galway Fun!

Hello ladies and gents! Last weekend I headed whest (yes whest) to the amazing Galway City! I haven’t been since I came home from Toronto so I was well over due a visit because Galway City is with out a doubt my favorite part of our little country! I love the atmosphere, the culture and the cobbled streets! Ah I ...

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Somewhere over the Rainbow

It’s not too often in life that you come across a moment that makes you feel as though magic is in the air. I had one of these rare moments yesterday when I was down in Co Wexford taking in our gorgeous Irish coast line. There right in front of us was the brightest rainbow ever and it ended right ...

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Erin go Bragh

Dia Duit friends, I hope you all had a super fun Paddy’s Day? As you all know, this was my first one living across the pond and I had a really great day. Moving from the Monasterevin Parade to the parade in Toronto Canada was quite a jump and we really didn’t know what to expect. We made our way ...

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From another time…

I am like many, fascinated with past eras and vintage & antique items. So when myself and Paddy headed down to Glendalough for a day, I was delighted when we stopped in a little restaurant full of antique wonders from times gone by. Beside our table was the cutest little book shelf packed with old books and outside was a ...

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