The Fastnet Rock

Fastnet Rock,  Carraig Aonair, meaning “lonely rock”, in Irish is a small clay-slate islet in the Atlantic Ocean and is the most southerly point of Ireland. It lies 6.5 kilometres southwest of Cape Clear Island and 13 kilometres from County Cork on the Irish mainland. Fastnet is known as “Ireland’s Teardrop as it was the last part of Ireland that 19th century IrishContinue reading “The Fastnet Rock”

The Ghost of George Boole. On display in Henchy's bar, St. Lukes, Cork. Art Exhibition in aid of Anitas Orphanage Cambodia Running until 4th of November 2017.

It’s great to be involved in such a worthwhile project and the closing event even features a traditional stew tasting competition! Taken from Anitasorphanage.com: “Through decades of war, exploding land mines, poverty and rampant diseases such as AIDS, Cambodias orphanage population continues to grow. Anita’s Orphanage was born from the experiences of a man namedContinue reading “The Ghost of George Boole. On display in Henchy's bar, St. Lukes, Cork. Art Exhibition in aid of Anitas Orphanage Cambodia Running until 4th of November 2017.”