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Kayak in Rostellan with Cork Harbour Festival

Kayak in Rostellan with Cork Harbour Festival

| February 9, 2017 | 0 Comments

I love travel. I’ve written books on my travel adventures in China, Africa and India. Nowadays, the opportunities to indulge my wanderlust have taken a backseat to responsibilities of young family. Happy to do it, I should add. So how does a travel-lover like myself get my travel fix while also not straying too far […]

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Fishing in Beara – Childhood Memories

Fishing in Beara – Childhood Memories

| December 16, 2016 | 0 Comments

The following is extracted from my book Klondike House: Memories of an Irish Country Childhood and tells the story of the time my father taught me to fish in our local river in Beara, West Cork. It’s one of my fondest childhood memories. During the hot and idyllic summers of my childhood, the Kealincha River […]

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Tour of DMZ Vietnam

Tour of DMZ Vietnam

| October 14, 2016 | 0 Comments

Vietnam – the mention of the word evokes images of war. Films such as “Platoon”, “Born on the fourth of July” and “Full Metal Jacket” gave us images that continue to be associated with the country long after the war itself was over. On my way to visit the battlefields of Vietnam, I wondered what […]

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Convert Word to Clean HTML with DoctoHTML

Convert Word to Clean HTML with DoctoHTML

| July 20, 2015 | 0 Comments

To understand e-readers, you have to understand that you’re really dealing with a lightweight web browser. Ebooks are in fact a variation of web pages with HTML at their core. That’s really all they are. The cleaner the HTML you put into the ebook, the more predictable it will appear across various e-reader devices. In […]

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In Search of JAWS – Shark Cage Diving South Africa

In Search of JAWS – Shark Cage Diving South Africa

| October 24, 2013 | 0 Comments

Despite the warm weather at sea that day, I was shaking like a leaf. I had just watched a Great White shark rip a hundred-pound tuna to pieces in seconds. I was now being asked to slide into a metal shark cage that looked as secure as a shopping trolley. I could even see the […]

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