That’s my general feeling on blog life right now.
Not really what you want to see a blogger write, but it is how it is.
Technically, I don’t feel ‘eugh’ about blogging at all. I love my blog and I love writing on it (albeit I haven’t recently… shame). Writing is one of my favourite things to do, and this website was the enabler to first piece of paid writing.
Bex brings out the best in me
Exposed walls. Check. Drinks served in mason jars. Check. Kitchen roll on the table. Check. Three key ingredients for a hipster paradise and Bootleggers has it all.
What type(s) of food would a place called Bootleggers sell? The name doesn’t give anything away. It’s American/Mexican, I think.
When thinking about World War One, in Northern Ireland we tend to think of the Battle of the Somme. That is to be expected, with many families having personal connections to the battle.
‘The battle that won the war’, or the Battle of Jutland was fought close to Denmark between the British naval forces and those of the German Kaiser. HMS Caroline is the only ship that fought in Jutland that has survived until today.
French Village has been a south Belfast staple since the early 1980s. It started off as a bakery in Stranmillis before transforming into a catering business with two café-restaurants. As a student at Queen’s University, their Botanic Avenue offering was a regular spot for coffee and cake between lectures.
Hidden in the depths of Northern Ireland’s most beautiful county is Cuilcagh Mountain. So stunning, it could easily be mistaken as part of The Lord of the Rings set. The mountain sits on the border between counties Fermanagh and Cavan and is a UNESCO Global Geopark.