A friend of mine wrote to say she would be visiting Cork City with her family (herself, her husband, her two lovely daughters). Yay! I've not seen her in years! Of course, I instantly wanted to tell her about all the great things to do and places to eat so I jotted down my favorites... Continue Reading →
Last evening, there was a rare sight at Fota Wildlife Park - a stampede of 630* humans with some enthusiastic participation from one ostrich, a dazzle of zebra, and lots of cheering from the monkeys. The 2010 Cheetah Run took place at dusk with lovely weather and this one was for people as opposed to the daily cheetah run for the big cats.
Arriving into Cork usually means you are either in a plane, train, bus, or car, or ferry. Plane via Cork (ORK) or Kerry (KIR) If you are flying, you will be happy to know there are many airlines serving Cork International Airport (ORK). Cork (ORK) is a convenient spot for many flights within the European... Continue Reading →