The Glen Guesthouse
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Tuesday 16 September
Today was spent in Dublin town. We did a bit of shopping and concluded that Dublin hasn't changed very much at all.
Everything looks and feels the same which is nice in a way. Although it would have been nice if there had been some change in the noise, crowds and crazy traffic. But, then that is what makes it Dublin. ...
... way I made a few cool friends. I met this guy from Switzerland and a girl from lilydale in Melbourne! We ended up talking heaps and decided to go to the Guinness factory together. That factory was cool and interesting and we learnt how to pour a perfect Guinness and then we got a free pint. When we were having our drinks this old guy came up to us and asked if we wanted more cos he had free tickets and we said sure. ...
... our walking city tour we learnt that temple bar is an area of pubs across the river and no way near Temple street!! So unless you're after a cougar don't make the same mistake we did! The 'real' temple bar is an area full of every kind of pub you can imagine, ranging from traditional irish music to live sing-alongs and even a bit of heavy rock. The temple bar is alive with people, everyone enjoying the street buskers and comedy entertainment. The Irish were similar to the ...
... in the heart of the action!! The hotel recommended the gastro bar at Fade st. Social for dinner. They made the reservation and I made my way through the throngs of people!!! The gastro bar - is just the bar against the cooking area. Kinda like the bar at a sushi restaurant. Fade St. Social is Irish/international fusion tapas restaurant. I started with a pear cider and prosutto and parm fries. Then I ordered sirloin with bone marrow butter, purple potatoes with ...
... making friends with some of the local university students there who have monday bevvys. I can't stress enough how much I love meeting new people, talking and learning about them and their lives.
The next day I went to the Cliffs of Moher, I hopped on a bus called the Paddy Wagon and we drove from east to west of Ireland and we also drove through the country side as well! Stopped at a few small villages and an old castle as well as an old abandoned church and cemetery which ...