I have said in a previous blog post that Little Island Golf Course situated east of Cork City is a very special historic place. A truly wonderful unique golf course build on an old limestone quarry site that runs alongside the River lee. See photo below of 6th green surrounded by those magnificent quarries. The
Little Island Golf Club, on the banks of the River Lee in Cork is a unique, wonderful place. The land at Little Island, on which most of the golf club is located was once a very productive limestone quarry site and provided important employment to the people who lived in Little Island and surrounding areas.
In Ireland in recent weeks we have experienced a few nasty storms in Ophelia and Brian and every time we have a storm I always think of our precious and delicate links golf courses and hope that they have not been damaged or blown away. I can remember the storm perhaps 40 or more years
I have been holidaying in Kerry for many years and I just love the way Kerry people look at things and their unique and quirky sense of humour. We made a trip to Listowel races last Wednesday week on route to Waterville for some golf and when we arrived at the races we realised that
It was a really crappy morning with the rain coming down as we waited for the finish of the Dingle half marathon last Saturday morning. The finish of the half marathon is just outside the front door of the famous Kruger’s pub in Dun Chaoin. It is apparently the most westerly pub in Europe and
My young brother Martin runs a little Chambre d’hôte in the South of France near Beziers. He used to run a restaurant in Waterford and is a wonderful chef. Martin and his wife Sile with their two grandchildren spend a few days with us recently in Kerry. Steaks on the barbeque were on the menu