After exploring parts of Ireland during a vacation in November 2010, I was astounded by the resemblance to rural Newfoundland & Labrador. However, one key
Where are the local coffee shops in Rural Newfoundland & Labrador? I am not talking about the Tim Horton‘s that are springing up practically everywhere, including rural
In mid-November Live Rural NL author, Christopher Mitchelmore spent two weeks on vacation with some time in Ireland exploring Irish roots. The Giant’s Causeway is
The three amigos by the basalt pillars The Giant’s Causeway is a natural wonder formed millions of years ago. The image to the left illustrates
The Giant’s Causeway was declared a World UNESCO Heritage Site. It is a scenic wonder of almost 40,000 basalt pillars that are a result of
When I think of my two visits to Belfast I often re-call and probably sang more than I should have the lyrics of Black Velvet
Thursday morning started with our newest member of the team, Tobias, who I also met while studying at the University of Economics, Prague, Czech Republic.
I visited Ireland in 2007. We celebrated St. Patrick’s Day in Dublin with local Irish men. This happened because the week before Jen and I