Love is like Surfing

Love is like Surfing. Love is a wave. It flows in and out of the beach like it flows in and out of a persons life. The surfer is a person who chooses which wave to pick and chooses how long they will ride the wave or hold on to the wave. Sometimes the wavesContinue reading “Love is like Surfing”

The Enchantment

The Enchantment . . . that lies hidden in Cape Town’s mountain ranges. Deep into the mountains there lies a hidden piece of heaven on earth. Crystal clear waters stretch out before me, surrounded by luscious green bush, accommodating jubilant bird life. Observing this enchanting scenery, my mind is cleared from all negativity and aContinue reading “The Enchantment”

Namibia’s King . . .

. . . and his cubs. Known for his majestic appearance, valiant demeanour and physical strength, it is no wonder that the African Lion is one of Namibia’s most prized possessions. I had the privilege of observing the King of the wild’s hunting ritual, at the Etosha National Park, and I was left speechless byContinue reading “Namibia’s King . . .”

Daylight Robbery – Mill Theatre Dundrum *****

Daylight Robbery – Ofegus Productions Mill Theatre, Dundrum October 26 – 31st 2015 We arrived to the Mill Theatre out near the cinema in Dundrum Shopping Centre a little bit after 14.30. Thankfully the show had gone up a little bit late so we didn’t miss any of the opening plot which in a kidsContinue reading “Daylight Robbery – Mill Theatre Dundrum *****”

The IFTAS 2015: Part 1

The Irish Film and Television Awards 2015 In Ireland there is a treasure trove of national and international talent involved in the arts. Last night we had the pleasure of attending a celebration of this wealth. We’re the land of poetry and song, of welcomes and pints, of Colin Farrell and Day-Lewis, of Twink andContinue reading “The IFTAS 2015: Part 1”