Let’s go to the beach each

Have you ever had one of those moments where it made click on so many levels at a time when you didn’t expect it? I took a long walk on the Irish Coast a few weeks ago when my mind was occupied with a hundred different things and then suddenly I stopped, put the camera down, looked at the horizon and thought, ‘This is awesome’. And from then on, I just stopped stressing (at least temporarily) and tried my best to get the big picture first.

What I love about the sea is that it makes you feel so incredibly small, but in a positive, mind-expanding sense. So waking up with the sound of waves for three days was heavenly and therapeutical and sunny. The places on the pictures are Glencar Waterfall, the grave of the poet Yeats at Drumcliffe Church who funnily enough doesn’t even seem to have had a real connection to Ireland, and a lonely beach somewhere in Sligo whose name I forgot. Take it easy lovelies!

On a side note, the reason it’s gone a teeny tiny bit quiet on here in the last few weeks is that I’ve joined forces with Travelettes, the most amazing girly travel website I know, so a lot of my destination rambling is now happening there but of course you will still find me – if a little less regularly – right on this spot!

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