Is the Galway Player really off the market? Author, blogger, lover, legend, The Galway Player was the kinda guy that you wouldn't want your sister to meet but you know she'd have a great time if she did.
A number of bloggers from Irish Blogger Agency recently attending Afternoon Tea at the Carlton Hotel Blanchardstown to sample the delights of the new Afternoon Tea menu. The setting was absolutely beautiful and it truly was an afternoon tea experience to remember. From the warm and friendly welcome from the staff of the Carlton Hotel Blanchardstown to the attention to detail, it was the perfect afternoon.
Upon arrival we received a warm welcome at reception and we were then introduced to the Manager who assisted us with our luggage and showed us to our room. We couldn’t be more spoilt… we were led to one of the Superior Suites, handed tickets for the cinema and the National Aquatic Centre and there was a bottle of red wine, chocolate strawberries and a selection of fruit awaiting us.
One of the most difficult aspects of a Breast Cancer diagnosis is the prospect of losing your hair and because its cosmetic we sometimes carry a huge amount of guilt for being so upset about this. When I was told I had to have chemo I was devastated. I knew this meant I was going to lose my hair. It was such a huge part of my identity I didn’t want to be stripped bare by cancer however I didn’t have a choice in the matter.
Every Sundial watch is a piece of state-of- the-art design, illuminated by science. It has all the benefits of a modern quartz movement, without the need for battery changes. A Sundial watch contains a solar panel behind the dial which harvests energy from light and stores this energy in a rechargeable cell. The stored energy keeps the watch powered for 6 months on a full charge, and automatically replenishes through exposure to light during everyday wear.
Sundial watches began with a simple conversation that took place, in passing, between a watch designer and his photographer friend. One a craftsman, the other an artist – but both, in different ways, fascinated by time and all its nuances.
The photographer spent his time in search of shots that inspire, invoke and inform. Whether shooting a dramatic landscape or creating a poignant portrait, he was driven to capture the essence of his subject. In this quest, light was his greatest ally.