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... thrown into and learning by my mistakes. I was very grateful for the opportunity to experience it first hand and hear it being reiterated again today. Leaving DCU we switched onto a "hop-on hop-off" tour that took us to a total of 23 different places. The few I really enjoyed was Dublin Castle and the inside of Christ Church Cathedral. The Castle prohibited picture taking but the outside of the courtyard was captured. Another stop I really liked was the ...
... However archeology takes time, which costs developers money. In a place like Dublin (indeed any of these old cities) where a thousand years of history is buried in the soil, this means a constant struggle for the developers and constantly asking the question, which is more important, money for the future, or preserving the past? Next stop was Trinity College and a squiz at the Book of Kells. The book is the four gospels of the new testament. Why is it ...
... he finally refuse
passengers and make his way unheeded.
Stress levels are high, as it takes a lot
longer to get out to the airport than we think and we are both on edge. Me
knowing I was in the wrong for missing such a mistake and thankful that Briony
spotted it. Briony just sitting there stupefied at how it could even happen and
I’m betting just wondering what she has gotten herself into. We get into the
airport and we ...
... It differs from other bag-pipes in that the musician does not blow into the bag and it is always played sitting down. The bag is filled by a bellows attached to the waist and one arm. The wrist of one hand hits the cord keys leaving fingers of both hands to play the notes on the flute part. Because the player doesn’t blow into a bag to maintain pressure, the bellows provide relatively dry air, reducing the ...
Wednesday was my last full day in Dublin, and Steve suggested that we (Carol, Don & me) take the train to Howth.
Great idea - I got to see the sea again after a whole year, and it was suitably windy but not quite stormy.
Howth is a quaint little village, very old looking and with a slow, relaxed feel to it. A place I could be quite happy living in if I didn't have to leave it too often.
We went up ...