Tag Archives: Dublin

Retaining the Seanad: Ireland’s love of second houses

How times change: the last government tried to convince us all to buy second houses in Bulgaria, this one seems to think we can’t even afford two on Kildare Street. The defeat of the referendum to abolish the Seanad has … Continue reading

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The Great Money Trick

Mitt Romney’s now infamous comments about ‘the 47 per cent’, together with the  publication of several new research documents, have raised debate about wealth and inequality in America. The US Census Bureau recently released statistics detailing poverty rates in America. … Continue reading

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Writing on the wall in Ringsend

We spotted some unusual graffiti during a New Years Eve walk on the Great South Wall in Ringsend. The Great South Wall is a real hidden gem. Tucked in behind an industrial area, the wall gives views of the entire … Continue reading

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Winter Wonderland

A quick break from the norm to offer some Christmas photos! The Winter Wonderland Festival is taking place a stones’ throw from my house in Dublin. It’s well worth a visit for anyone who finds themselves in Dublin over Christmas. … Continue reading

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