The first time that I moved to Ireland 11 years ago, I had everything organised upfront. I landed to Dublin around 1PM without luggage that was stuck somewhere on CDG, but the day was sunny and I felt so positively excited that nothing could ruin my mood. On the contrary, it was great to learn … More I’ll Follow My Heart to Ireland
It’s dump, grey and drizzly outside, one of the days when heavy blankets of clouds seem cast anchored above the British Isles. England justifies its bad weather reputation today. Nevertheless, I choose not to fall into the the weather blues. Today, on the 1st of February I choose to follow the ancient Celtic tradition, about which I learnt … More Ancient Irish Seasons and Modern Attitudes
Update after 5 hours of counting the votes: It seems to be a big majority Yes vote throughout Ireland. On the 25th of May 1895, Oscar Wilde was convicted for indecency. As horrifying as it can sound today, 120 years later, homosexuality was a criminal offence in Britain at the time and Wilde didn’t stand much … More Referendum on Marriage Equality in Ireland
Happy St Patrick’s Day, wherever you are, my lovely Irish and all of you who love the Emerald Island!
I have no idea how many times I have flown in and out of Ireland … Countless … But the view of Howth, Dublin Bay, Dun Laoghaire, Bull’s Island, the Poolbeg chimneys and Wicklow coast always make me smile. There is lots to me looking at the familiar places close to my heart and feeling … More Birds are Lucky with the View of Dublin Coast
Beautiful Irish nature beyond Dublin … A few days around will charge everyone’s batteries. I love going back again and again, but I also love Dublin with all her virtues and faults :). Enjoy and start planning a trip ;)!
Click on the photos and enjoy a stroll through lovely Dublin ….