Liberated

Embracing Your Physical Self It was only in my mid 30’s when I first realised how much my sexuality influences my sense of self. Sex it turns out, was a form of expression I was rather interested in…. Read More

Mayo

The name originate’s from the Irish “Mhaigh Eo” The Irish “Mhaigh Eo” translates to “Plain of the Yew Trees” originality from the village of Mayo, known today as Mayo Abbey. The Yew tree is one of the few… Read More

Fresh Sea Food Lunch

“Ask not what you can do for your country. Ask what’s for lunch.” ― Orson Welles   I know I go on and on about lunches in Ryans Bar Navan. But it simply is the best lunch in town…. Read More

Mayo

A short visit to Westport lead us to some great food and a fun family afternoon. Some light shopping in Carraig Donn followed by a few pints in Porter House and an amazing dinner in An Port Mor…. Read More

There’s no place like home

There’s no place like home. I love when I plan a trip to Mayo. Apart from seeing my beautiful family, I really enjoy the scenery, the beaches, the peace and quite and the wildness of the Wild Atlantic…. Read More

Dear Coffee I love you

There are so many coffee places to have a cup of coffee in Navan. But who really is making a good coffee? I wrote a blog a while back about coffee and the top 5 coffee places in… Read More

The Central

It’s great to have The Central bar in Navan. It caters for everyone. Recently we took the staff there for lunch. There was something for everyone. We all had a really present afternoon. A massive thanks to everyone… Read More

Kajjal Malahide

One of my favorite restaurants. This place is consistently good. Very friendly staff and fresh food. Pictured below is Chili Chicken. The picture below that is 3 Veg Sides. Dal Turka, Spicy Aloo and Chana Masala. If you… Read More

12 Gins to Christmas

On the 12th day of Christmas my true love gave to me Gin Mare. On the nose it smells herbaceous with thyme. On the palate basil rosemary thyme and coriander. Best served with a Thyme.

12 Gins to Christmas

On the 11th day of Christmas Dingle Gin. Locally grown botanicals giving that “Taste of Kerry” feel. Simply served with a wedge of lime.