Howth Head – A Camino on my doorstep…

I can't praise Howth Head and it's various loops high enough. I live 15 minutes on the train from this great town and it's impossible not to get tired of this beauty of a walk. The Bog of Frogs Loop - it's longest walk at 12km - has many surprises and I've often described it... Continue Reading →

All Along The Banks of the Royal Canal

On Saturday, I took a stroll along the Royal Canal Way with the Camino Prep / Training meetup group. We started in Maynooth and made for Dublin, which is 28 kms in total. The Royal Canal Way is a 144-kilometre (89-mile) trail that follows the towpath of the canal from Spencer Dock in Dublin's docklands to... Continue Reading →

Another Weekend Walk..

Last weekend, myself and some from the Free Camino Prep meet-up group met up and walked a section of the Grand Canal Way. We decided to meet outside of Dublin in a little town called Hazelhatch. The great thing about this trail is not only is it way-marked but it is serviced well by Irish... Continue Reading →

126 days…

It is May 1st - "Lá Bealtaine" in Irish.  May Day officially heralds the beginning of the summer and the powers that be have granted us a day off from work. Gracias a ellos! "Lá Bealtaine" derives from the Old Irish words "Bel taine" meaning 'bright fire'. Many people say summer doesn't start until June... Continue Reading →

A Long Flat Walk…

Boom! I've gotten my first training walk done and dusted. I am going in the right direction now. I had many a cobweb to shake off after my stay in hospital but it was good to take part in this one and with many great people. As I have mentioned before, I am part of... Continue Reading →

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