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MAYO NORTH FOOD SERIES – ALAN CLARKE
9th July 2017
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MAYO NORTH FOOD SERIES – ALAN CLARKE
MAYO NORTH FOOD SERIES PART 1 OF 3 With over 70 years of experience, the Clarke family of Ballina are renowned for their wonderful range of award-winning smoked salmon, using original recipes handed down from their father, the renowned historian, Jackie Clarke. Jackie’s sons have since expanded the range to include organic, and flavoured smoked […]
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VLOG #001 || CARROWNISKY || SURFING
2nd July 2017
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VLOG #001 || CARROWNISKY || SURFING
I’m no expert at surfing and I’m certainly not a Surf Instructor (far from it) but I have a fair grasp of the basics. I invited Country Music Singer Stuart Moyles to come along and try it out and he accepted the challenge. Stuart has never surfed before and wouldn’t spend much time in the […]
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Husky Dog Sledding in Kirkenes – Norway
5th May 2017
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Husky Dog Sledding in Kirkenes – Norway
It’s our final day of activities and today we are going Husky Dog Sledding in Kirkenes. I’ve been looking forward to this since I set foot on Norwegian soil. I love adventures and I’m a big dog lover so this is right up my street. Again, we were picked up at the ship and transferred […]
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Nordkapp – next stop The North Pole
28th March 2017
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Nordkapp – next stop The North Pole
Day three of my FLY AWAY TRAVEL trip to Norway. Imagine a place far above the Arctic Circle, where you can stand 307 metres above sea level, gazing out over the Atlantic Ocean and watch it meet the Arctic Ocean. Sounds amazing right? Well…..we cant go there today. There was an avalanche during the night […]
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In search of the Northern Lights – Tromsø
26th March 2017
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In search of the Northern Lights – Tromsø
Day two of my FLY AWAY TRAVEL trip to Norway. Tromsø During the 19th century, Tromsø became known as the “Paris of the North”. How this nickname came into being is uncertain, but the reason is generally assumed to be that people in Tromsø appeared far more sophisticated than visitors from the south typically expected. […]