Magical Cork

Every once in a while, I give in and believe in Irish faeries.  Sometimes it is when the house keys go missing only to reappear in a spot that has been check at least 5[…]

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EATcork

26 Sept. 2010 Cork, Ireland, along the Grand Parade.   Mmm…  delicious sausage rolls!   Mushy is good in this context. NetworkedBlogs setting had to be tweaked, so you get another EATcork picture!  We had[…]

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Bishop Lucey Park

Bishop Lucey Park, Cork, Ireland. Dario and I finished off the ice cream we bought at the EATcork food festival while enjoying the spectacle of two tiny doggies (one was a puppy  :D) running around[…]

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Signs of Laughter.

Something I never quite managed to do while I was living in Italy was to get pictures of all the hilarious signs and business names that struck laughter into the heart of the middle-school aged[…]

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Tramore, Ireland: Beach and Surroundings.

22 Sept. 2010 According to http://www.tramoretourism.net, Tramore is southeast Ireland’s “leading holiday resort.”  It seems that people love beaches everywhere you go.  And no matter what the temperature, there is always someone who will give[…]

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Happy Om Ton.

From: http://notalwaysright.com/a-good-chance-of-a-falling-out/4639 A Good Chance Of A Falling OutCall Center | Ireland (I get call from the United States.) Me: “Welcome! My name is Grace, how can I help you?” Caller: “What’s your name?” Me:[…]

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Ultra English

A fellow travel blogger recently asked how she could modify her content to better address British readers.  I advised the following: "Add "u" and extra syllables to words like "humor" and "aluminum." Put your quote[…]

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Americana festival

  Now that’s funny.  I knew that we culture-starved Americans borrowed everyone else’s festivals, but I didn’t realize other folks borrowed ours.  …Well, except for Pizza Cowboy in Guidonia.

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April in Ireland: Part 2

After a lovely and scenic photo tour of the Wicklow mountains, we set off in our rental car (“…drive on the left, drive on the left!”) and headed south.  We had skimmed the Rick Steves[…]

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