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Rosslare Harbour |

In the early morning sunlight we watched as the boat pulled away from the shore, leaving Ireland in our wake. As the coastline slowly faded and disappeared we turned to look ahead. Wales would be first, we knew, then England and France. After that we had no plan – we’d just have to see where the road took us. So far, so good.

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Rosslare Harbour |

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  1. …didn’t your heart ache when leaving Ireland? 😉 Mine always does ❤

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    August 23, 2015
    • Just a little. Each and every time. But it’s not that far away – I can be there in a few hours if needs be. 🙂

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      August 23, 2015
  2. I recently discovered your blog from YouTube’s house hunters international show. My husband and our children and I are an American family and moving back to Italy asap. We know and understand your passions very well, and use blogging too as a means of financial support and to share our story. Anyway, on one of your recent posts you told of all you and your husband do to make ends meet and I completely know that life you are talking of. I know you also like to garden very much and I recently started selling organic, non GMO, seeds on It has been met with great interest and demand. I say this only because of your large garden there in Lithuania, I know you have a great opportunity to harvest your seeds and sell them to people all over the world that would love to literally taste the food you are passionate about and write about. I hope it is something that can help you and yours as it is a simple way to create extra income from your hard work of gardening. Blessings! 🙂

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    April 25, 2015
    • Sounds like a great idea, Justine – I’ll definitely look into it further. Thanks!


      April 25, 2015
  3. Gary #

    Now I know you are definitely going to write that book…

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    April 20, 2015

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