Galway

I’ve got a new publication this week from Noble Romance! Text Play is a D/s sexting story, about as steamy as you can get! Andrei found her on Facebook. Natalia wasn’t sure she wanted to rekindle the past. But what if he turned out to be the one man who could bring her to her knees?


As I’ve been getting nudges to show you a little of my new home city, here are a few snapshots from my new phone, which helped me survive the seemingly endless weeks without internet at home. >_< I love living surrounded by rivers and canals as well as the bay. Above is Abbot Canal on the way to campus near the Salmon Weir Bridge and the cathedral.

This was some interesting ivy on the wall along the canal on Nun’s Island.

Here’s the view from a late lunch at the Mill House Restaurant, right over the canal and next to the Corrib River.

The local Galway Bay Ale is quite refreshing and I recommend you give it a try, if you don’t go for the Galway Hooker Pale Ale (it refers to a kind of ship!).

I live in the bustling centre of the city. Folks prowl up and down Shop Street or down to the Latin Quarter, all a minute’s walk from my flat. And yes, the madness goes on late into the night, so I will likely be keeping late hours here, too.

And in Eyre Square Centre, it’s all about the wolf! Hee, I love this new window display. It’s weird living adjacent to a mall. One exit takes me right into Dunnes (during opening hours) who’re kind of like the Irish M&S. And yes, that means there’s a Foodhall in the lower level (phew!).


Ooh, that reminds me! I need to get some batteries so I can get the Newgrange video off the camera. Here’s one photo from the old camera. More soon. I expect there will be a lot of inspiration here! 😀

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5 Responses to Galway

  1. Gerri Brousseau says:

    Thank you so much for the photos. Beautiful. What is the weather like? I bet the people are really friendly. How’s the food? I am living vicariously through you. Will you be visiting County Cork? Sorry about all the questions, it’s just that I got excited seeing all the pics. Thanks for posting them and please post more.

  2. cmkempe says:

    Aw, cheers, Gerri! I will post more and yes, will be going to Cork. A friend from there will be visiting next weekend, and we’re going out to do some of the touristy things here that I haven’t done yet (Cliffs of Moher, islands). The weather here is mild; it rains often, but not usually very hard and the sun is likely to come out at any time, so you leave in your mac and put on your sunglasses by the time you’ve got where you’re going. I like that it doesn’t get too hot and will likely be very glad it won’t snow. People are very friendly 🙂

  3. Susan Hanniford Crowley says:

    Oh, I hear Ireland calling me. I loved, loved, loved Newgrange. I adore Galway. My husband loves the islands. Heavy sigh. Have much fun, Margery.
    –Susan

  4. Susan Hanniford Crowley says:

    Congrats on your new Naught Nibble: Text Play!!!

  5. cmkempe says:

    Thanks, Sue! It really is magical here. 🙂 I can’t wait to get out and see more.

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