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Exploring Cornwall: Falmouth

Falmouth has the third largest deep water natural harbour in the world and the ‘spirit of the sea’ is all around. Falmouth is a great place for boating, sailing, windsurfing and kayaking but there is loads more to discover... To... Continue Reading →

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Exploring Cornwall: St Ives

Who knew St Ives would feel so like home? Granted it’s not actually like my home but I just adore the beaches, views, cobbled streets, art and good food that are just so me... To Do First check out the... Continue Reading →

2016 in Review

A smell, a song, a taste, a thought...the most random things can stop me in my tracks and I can be transported back to a destination or a moment in another place...   Thinking of 2016...   The open spaces... Continue Reading →

Matera – a ghost town no more

I feel like I was arriving in Matera for days… the anticipation, the planning, the worries… then I got here, after two buses and how much walking?! So I arrived at night but had not seen the sassi… the following... Continue Reading →

Florence – a dream world

The idea of Florence was to me shrouded in a surreal, dream-like haze. The reality? Exactly the same. Roaming the city’s warren of streets where every building is architecture – no wall is left unadorned, no window unshuttered, no plaster... Continue Reading →

Galway Atlantaquaria

My first YouTube video!: <a href="http://" target="_blank">Galway Atlantaquaria Galway Atlantaquaria is located in Salthill, just outside Galway City in the west of Ireland. It is only metres from the beach and the sea! The aquarium mainly showcases marine life found... Continue Reading →

Triptease

Triptease is a really cool app I'm just getting the hang of. It's a digital journal similar to a review app somewhat like Trip Advisor but without the crowd sourced ratings and accompanied by all sorts of mostly awesome pictures.... Continue Reading →

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