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... be a painful experience at times. After a short delay to replace some lighting tubes, boarding began.
I was group five.
The last to board.
Considering I had checked in for the first flight that morning around 8am and been allocated a boarding group and seat at that stage, it makes me wonder how these decisions are arrived at. I headed down the gangway onto the plane and approached my seat. The lady in ...
... and I got along splendidly, she even offered to d rive me down to beautiful Wicklow with her children, and I said I’ll try to get her daughter who plays classical guitar out of her shell and we’ll jam! She appreciated that – another tiny instance hopefully where I can help someone and get them out of their shells, hmm… and to dance as the deer we are. The sun had far set and she was kind enough to drive me back to Clontarf, which was much appreciated, and ...
I want to dedicate this blog to my best-friend and brother-in-law Johnathan. He made his way out to Dublin just in the nick of time to see it for Christmas 2013.
He had been a long awaited visitor.
First to feed his interests we took him on a stroll of the city of Dublin where it was decked out in its finest lights and Christmas surprises. We took him to the must pub spots and then our favorite American vibe little spot Eddie Rockets, for traditional burger and ...
... Pub in Dublin; The Old Schoolhouse where we had our first Guinness in the Emerald Isle and a delicious lunch. It was by far the best food we've experienced on tour so far!!
After lunch we set off on foot again towards Ballsbridge where we both used to work, after peeking through the windows of my old office I discovered it's in the process of being turned into an apartment (it looks good enough to live in, we just need to get ...
... embassy, a large circular building that our taxi driver told us was the ugliest building in Dublin! It certainly isn't in the Georgian style.
Our first day in Dublin we toured Trinity College and saw the Book of Kells. A very nice young man named David took us on a tour of the campus. He's an English major, and we chatted a while. I was impressed with his bearing and speaking skills. We walked around the city ...