The Glory of the North

Half term breakaway! With fabulous friends we made it to the North. Stunning vistas in freezing conditions. Walkingitoff in NI never looked so good! Where we walked. Where we stayed Where we lunched. A dog friendly hotel, The Fullerton Arms in Ballintoy is a real find. Great atmosphere, great food and super location. We’ll be…

Stats!

I thought I’d describe a sample walk. Remember, here at Walkitoffni you set your own goals (or not!) At Walkitoffni, it is all about you 😊. I used Runkeeper (a fitness app) and screenshot it so that you get visual information and some stats based on my age/weight statistics. Lady Dixon park is a lovely…

February freezes in…

Brrrrrrrrr it’s a tad chilly out there. It takes a few layers and a bit of a run up to get the warmth coursing through your veins but wow is it worth it. The ground is crunchy like a million crisp packets under your feet and the trees are softly furred with frost. Pale skies…

Ciao January!

A month where you crave sofas and easy chairs but no! A month for walking and a month for layers, waterproofs, hats, gloves, scarves, mud-scrapers and absolutely stunning sunrises, topped off with a massive wide-eyed and glossy, once in a long time, Blue Moon.

If you do one thing this week join the Connect Programme!

My first impression of the Connect Programme = NOISY! The first thing I saw was the image of security men scratching their heads in the deafening cacophony that was the temporarily broken, fire alarm.  All we could do was grin and nod at each other, hands over our ears- an excellent ice-breaker! Kerry Harding (our…

Breaking in the Ilse Jacobsen.

The shop sells a smörgasbord of deliciously edgy to downright glamorous designer wear at a fraction of the South Molton Street prices and, as if by magic, on Friday, an Ilse Jacobsen arrived. In my size!

Visiting the Aargh ory

On the plus side, I laughed so hard that my sides ached, tears streaked my cheeks, and I was completely powerless to retaliate

33 go mad in Portrush

Fabulous coastal trip at the weekend. 33 went mad in Portrush. 3 walkeditoff in Portstewart. Famous for the ‘golf coast’, our venture did not disappoint. Adventure and laughter, kidultz and tweens cavorting blithely on the beach and in the water. The incredible rich flavour of succulent just-caught mackerel, cooked on the beach. A conga line…