We all know you must have deep pockets and long arms if you want to spend some time abroad. And once the big decision has been made, you have to be prepared to live on bread and water while you are there. But just because you have to pinch your pennies does not mean you … Continue reading Five things to do and see for free in Dublin
The past weekend I came to realise the best part of living in Ireland, is seeing and meeting other South Africans.
For me abortion used to be about taking a life - never about saving one. But your story made me think about it differently. It made me realise it's not that simple. Sometimes things can't just be black or white, right or wrong. Sometimes we need to see the grey, the maybe.
One thing I learnt in Ireland while temperatures are rising, is that Irish girls like self tan lotion. But is orange a good looking skin colour?
And it made me realise once again: being a South African living in Ireland, you really need to lower your standards. Settle for less - weather and style wise anyway.
Every morning my 3,5 km walk to Pearse Station gets me to experience Dublin up close.
I won't deny it: It's hard living so far away from your home country. Never mind not being able to find Aromat in every store or smell the mouth watering smell of a braai when you're walking in the streets of Dublin. But one thing really gets me down: It's hard to constantly think and … Continue reading No more ‘lekker’ English