My first proper Irish Christmas – packed to the gills with deliciousness!
A fortuitously placed Foster’s Freeze leads to a desert discovery and a dip into WWII.
Of all the senses, it's said that scent is the one most closely connected with memory. Other than a lovely whisky liqueur and a few agriculturally based wafts (*cough* cows *cough*), I don't remember too[…]
Scotland is full of tales both tall and true. Here are a couple about the Campbells and the MacDonalds in Glencoe.
A visit to a very magical place.
A lovely view from Inverlochy and some teasers of more to come!
Traveling light – and cheap! – in London. First peek.
Never pass up the chance to explore the road less traveled. There may be cheese at the end of it!
When living overseas, people miss different things from home. For me it’s definitely Mexican food.
A visit to Youghal reveals tiny Vikings, the miracle of birth, bastard half brothers of the king, and tasty treats. Among other things.
Despite flowing through the heart of Ireland’s second biggest city, the River Lee is full of wildlife – even whales!
A sunny day and a serendipitous visit with an old friend leads to a lovely day at the beach.
When life brings you contrast and change, it can be very hard on the emotions. It flows naturally that the body is affected by the chemical soup coursing through your veins. Friends and loved ones[…]
Looking eastward for more daydreaming inspiration. :)
Having family split over 3 countries can lead to a bit of chaos, especially when a baby's due date is part of the planning. New jobs and the ability to finally have our belongings sent[…]
Visiting hidden mineral springs outside of Rome. They’re good for the skin and have natural bubbles, too!
Five destinations that occupy my daydreams about Asia travel.
Sneaking away for an afternoon by the lake, we discovered a beautiful town named after eels. Or not.