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Lynn Enright: ‘I miss cheap beer at lunch. I miss foreign supermarkets. I miss holidays’


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by Lynn Enright
12th Jul 2021

Read time: 6 mins

"Ireland is very, very beautiful and its people are very, very funny and for those reasons holidaying here can be delightful. But I miss the heat that only occurs in places other than Ireland."

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"Ireland is very, very beautiful and its people are very, very funny and for those reasons holidaying here can be delightful. But I miss the heat that only occurs in places other than Ireland."

Life for Lynn Enright has continued as normal without holidays over the last 18 months. But let us take a trip down holiday memory lane...

Last week, as the rainwater flowed down the street outside my living room window, and reporters warned of flash flooding on the radio, my phone reminded me that exactly two years ago, I was in Mexico City. Sitting at home, with all the lights turned on even though it was 3pm on a July afternoon, the image that flashed up on my phone felt improbably exotic. There I was, standing in a sundress, admiring a...

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