I’m back! Our trip to Thailand was fantastic-be prepared for quite a few Thailand posts over the next little while! I’m starting off with a challenge post because the theme of water is perfect for me seeing as I spent the last week next to the most amazing sea.
Chaweng beach, Koh Samui. I walked along here a few times a day looking for shells and watching the people go about their daily activities. It’s a busy beach.
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Today I finished my job which I’ve had for almost 15 years. I’m embarking on a new journey, and hopefully it’s the right one! We’re also off on holidays tomorrow for 2 weeks, so I won’t be posting for a while.
Queenstown, New Zealand.
have a lovely Easter and I’ll see you in two weeks 🙂
This week is a little bitter-sweet for me. It’s my last week working in the job I’ve had for 15 years, which means it would be my last week walking into town in the mornings. I love my walk into work. I go past the port and the river and there’s always something going on. Many of my photos here and on Instagram are from those morning walks. So, I decided for this week’s theme of Black and White to do a port shot.
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One of my favourite beaches here is Inchydoney outside Clonakilty in Cork. There are two beaches or sometimes three depending on the tide.
The beach is always busy and there’re always people in the water. Plus the hotel has lovely food after a long walk!
There’s nothing like Olympic games for inspiration. There’s always a great underdog story, which the world loves! And we all become experts in some obscure event!
I’ve been to a couple of former Olympic sites and I think Barcelona has been my favourite so far. Shot of Montjuic Communications Tower, or Torre Calatrava built to transmit the 1992 summer games.
To finish off March, my green month, here’s a shot of some peppers we grew the first year we started growing vegetables.
That year the garden was fabulous and we grew so much…it hasn’t been the same since.
Sometimes in Ireland sunshine seems so far away. We had a lovely few days, but the rain is back again now. Here’s the sunrise from yesterday. It was slightly foggy and the sun just hung there for a moment.
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