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North Coast 500. Part III

This last week has been really cold in Dublin and I wasn’t feeling very well. I couldn’t go out but I’ve been catching up with some photos from this summer. I finally found some time to review and edit some of the photos I took during my trip to Scotland […]

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First blog-anniversary!!

One year ago I published the first post in this blog. I was really nervous and excited. Nervous, because I’m very shy and it was a bit strange to share my photos with the whole world and in a language that isn’t my mother tongue… But it’s always exciting to share the photographs […]

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Sunday in Wexford

A few days ago I visited Co. Wexford, a beautiful coastal region just two hours from Dublin. It was during a gorgeous autumn day, warm, sunny, with a beautiful blue sky with some cotton like clouds. I started my short tour through Co. Wexford at Curracloe beach, a beautiful long beach of white and clean […]

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Summer in Spain. Madrid

I’ve always thought that Madrid is one of the most beautiful places I’ve ever been, and not only because I’m from there. It has all the things a capital should have: impressive architecture and beautiful buildings, broad avenues, parks and green everywhere… I’ve always liked to stroll through Madrid downtown, […]

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Summer in Spain. Cáceres

After almost one month of holidays in Spain, I’m back in Ireland. It’s been a wonderful month of heat, clear skies, beach, countryside, family, wonderfull food and calm. Just what I needed to face the new season in Ireland! I’ve been travelling a bit this month. One of my stops was […]

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North Coast 500

After two amazing days in the Isle of Skye, our route continued to the north of Scotland. We made part of the North Coast 500, a circular route of 516 miles (830 km) that runs through the northern counties of Inverness-shire, Ross, Cromarty, Sutherland and Caithness, starting from the famous […]

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Isle of Skye

The Isle of Skye is the largest island of the Inner Hebrides in Scotland. It is one of the most stunning places in the Scottish Highlands: old volcanoes and mountains, beautiful beaches with turquoise waters and white sand, green valleys, huge cliffs, waterfalls… No wonder why Skye is one of […]

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The Scottish Highlands. Part I

After three weeks of absence, I’m back! The first part of my summer holidays is over. It’s the best part of the summer: when my husband and I spend some days or weeks exploring a new place. This year we finally decided to go to Scotland. We’ve been travelling around the […]

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Dublin’s summer visitor

Summer is coming. After a very short spring, the weather has finally improved a bit and the temperatures have risen suddenly in the last days. People has started to wear lighter clothes, the terraces and parks are full of people enjoying the sun… And the tall ships are coming again […]

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