Monthly Archives: October 2019

Can You Feel the Difference?

I think it’s interesting that I can feel the difference between something really good and something really great. Case in point: we attended a concert on Sunday night – we had gone down to Cork for the Jazz Festival over … Continue reading

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A People Divided

We took the train up from Dublin to Belfast, a two-hour trip through the countryside although most of the fields of sheep and cattle were hidden by the berms on both sides of the tracks.  My first impression of Belfast … Continue reading

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Guinnessburg, Ireland

You probably wouldn’t count Dublin in your top ten cities in Europe.  It has some lovely old architecture, particularly around 16th century Trinity College with its beautiful Long Room library.  But it has made an international name for itself largely … Continue reading

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La Orotava

It’s been more than a year since my last post, partly because of the kind of travel I’ve been doing but mostly because other writing has occupied my time.  I’ve had a number of short trips around North America and … Continue reading

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