“Are you bringing your runners to Inishbofin?” asked S. “Nope”, I replied. This was the prelude to our second, short breakaway from the east coast in a time of Covid. We were heading about as far west as you can go and still be in Ireland. Inishbofin is a small island off the coast of … More The Isle of the White Cow
Our long weekend break out west deserves a much better blog post than the one I am about to create, but time is pressing, and I have another large post to prepare, so this will really be a photo-montage of sorts. We had a few days staying at the excellent Delphi Adventure Centre, which should … More Out West for a break…
a particular attitude towards or way of regarding something; a point of view: most guidebook history is written from the editor’s perspective. • [ mass noun ] true understanding of the relative importance of things; a sense of proportion: we must keep a sense of perspective about what he’s done | though these figures shock, … More Perspective
Well, it has indeed been a little while since we last met. That goes for both the Dublin Marathon, and you and I, dear reader. The effects of Connemara are still being felt. After-shocks, you might call them, of the running kind. Not the seismic variety; more just heavy legs, niggly groins, grumbly knees and … More Hello, Dublin!