This prize is valued at over €2,500 and includes two nights’ bed and breakfast for two in a period suite with a five-course dining experience on an evening of choice in Mount Falcon’s 2xAA Rosette Award winning Kitchen Restaurant.
Sport and leisure
In the fourth in a series of articles on running ahead of the inaugural Pinewood National Medical Half Marathon Championships in Mayo in May, Ballina GP Dr Scott Walkin focuses on building up your speed and ‘sharpening’.
Berna Cox bows to pressure and swings her club on the greens at St Andrew’s before embracing her inner Olympian, Chariots of Fire-style.
Berna Cox is not one to steal the limelight, but her important part in Ireland’s great victory in Cardiff must be acknowledged.
Berna Cox gets herself in a knit over jumpers, scarves and hats but finds that while it is a bit of a challenge to learn, on those long winter nights, knitting can be good therapy for the soul.
Berna Cox writes about her love-hate relationship with her Wii Fit after Mr Miyamoto, the Wii chipmunks and even her own body all conspire against her in her efforts to get fit the virtual way.
Shirley Lanigan writes that despite all the effort it takes to fight nature and the elements, the rewards that can be gleaned from seeing that perfect rose or enjoying a salad fresh from the garden make it all worthwhile.
For most football enthusiasts FIFA’s ruling in May this year that international matches could not be played at altitudes above 2,500 metres was nothing more than a random fact.
The beautiful Gothic city of Siena, Italy, as well as its inhabitants, are probably best understood through the Palio.
For the last few weeks, I’ve been doing a little bit of personal research about camping.