November 16, 2017

The Giants Causeway was one of the Irish Attractions that was a must on our list. A strange rock formation that spreads over the shoreline and disappears into the crashing waves. It is odd how the water seems to shape the stones in a honeycomb design. The Giant's Cause...

November 13, 2017

We had taken the train up from Dublin to Portadown and from there rented a car for the drive through the Irish countryside towards Strangford. I suppose I should have said the Northern Irish countryside, because as the train moved north to Portadown, our cell phone ann...

November 7, 2017

We cannot fail to mention our stay at the Cuan Inn in the quaint village of Strangford, Northern Ireland.

There is a reason there are so many plaques on the wall. This little gem has been visited by many celebrities over the years and we were graced with the "Arya Stark...

November 3, 2017

Before we found ourselves walking over the Giant's Causeway, we dropping in on the famous Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge near Ballintoy in County Antrim, Northern Ireland. The bridge links the mainland to the tiny island of Carrickarede. It spans 20 metres and is 30 metres...

November 3, 2017

We could not pass up an opportunity to take this beautiful horses out for a spin. The Connemara Ponies are famous Irish horses that for many years ran wild on the green hills of Ireland. With a strong back and short muscular legs, it’s perfectly suited to the craggy an...

October 28, 2017

The Cliffs of Moher. 

As it happens the day we made the trek up to see the cliffs, the clouds fell over the land and visibility was limited to about 50 ft. So images like you see here in this video were impossible. And yet it is still worth the trip up to this area. The...

October 28, 2017

The ancient ruins of a Ringfort, known as a Caher Mór or "Ballyallaban stone fort" was one of our stops on the way up to the Cliffs of Moher. 

The walk up through the trees was haunting but perhaps this was amplified by the misty day we had with the clouds descending ov...

September 28, 2017

Tracey and her Dad, Maurice, took the morning to fire up the forge. Its a marvellous thing to watch. As the old saying goes, "By hammer and hand, all art still stands."

How much of what we do today will be remembered tomorrow, or a century from now? I know that our care...

December 26, 2011

Corpus Christi attracted us due to the name of the city, but along the way there we saw the South Padre Islands on the map and were drawn to cross the bridge to this tiny droplets of sand in the crystal waters of the Gulf of Mexico. Here we pulled into a lovely KOA sit...

November 25, 2011

The next day we had said our sad goodbyes to Azle and the Abbey and hit the road for Corpus Christi…we were hoping to find some warmer weather. We had been driving a few hours and it was nearing lunch time and Mark and I started keeping our eye our for some where to gr...

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Mark and I are so very blessed that we are able to work and travel at the same time. This gives us the opportunity to find amazing places to relax and enjoy after we have completed our projects. The most wonderful thing is that the view from our office is always changing.


A word on relaxing. It is another important aspect to our health and wellness. Taking time to relax, unwind and discover what creates a sense of balance in your life will enrich your own journey in many ways. For some, it is yoga or dancing. Others find solace in reading or painting. Whatever it is, nurture peace in your life, breathe deeply and know that everything will be alright, that you are loved. From a place of peace, we are able to soar and discover our true destiny. 

Mark and Tracey - Living the life of Digital Nomads and sharing from their hearts. Follow along with us on the road that is perhaps less traveled... that of unconditional love.


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