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Flash Fiction: Aya's flight.

Aya clung to the rock.  Her thoughts were bleak. Is this it? The end?  She was tired of running.

Her vision was spectacular. A trait she cursed now as she watched the red spectre creeping relentlessly towards her. 315 more words


Exactly one year ago.

Exactly one year ago today I had spent a day in Limerick (Ireland) with one of the other Erasmus students. We were both exhausted from exploring the city center and were enjoying a nice hot cup of tea in the student village with my roommate, when my roommate said “I think those two are your new roommates” and he pointed outside. 621 more words


Stuart Hatton Jr. Wins Mr Gay World 2014, With Ireland's Robbie Lawlor A Very Respectable Third

Mr Gay UK won the coveted Mr Gay World title 2014 in Rome last weekend, while Ireland’s Robbie Lawlor came overall third in the Grand Final. 219 more words


Doyle's War - Can Kevin Thrive At Palace?

It seems strange to think that this time last year, on Transfer Deadline Day, Wolves fans were in (relative) fear that they would lose Kevin Doyle. 528 more words

Berry Picking at Ballyteigue Burrow

There is nothing as relaxing or rewarding as a good berry picking session. I love blueberries, and I love blackberries, but we are lucky enough to have Dewberries growing wild in our locality. 44 more words


Silent Valley Reservoir

Flickr member ikerr has posted an excellent image of Silent Valley Reservoir, Northern Ireland taken with his Fuji X100.

I must say, this is not a scene I would normally associate with Northern Ireland. 16 more words


Trinity College, Dublin

Trinity College and the long library, which houses the Book of Kells (written 800 AD) and the Book of Armagh (written 700 AD). Absolutely stunning building with so much history, this library contains 200,000 first editions and is a sight that will bring tears to every book lover’s eyes. 32 more words