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... of Orange. Then there was the tragic but
ultimately successful struggle for independence, the Anglo-Irish war
and the civil war. After which the inevitable shattered buildings were restored and the city is today regarded as one of Europe's most beautiful capitals. It certainly appeared prosperous to us.
We saw many fine old and modern buildings such as Leinster House (now the seat of the
... baby Guinness", which has nothing to do with Guinness, nor babies. We went to a total of 3 pubs, all very different, the last being a kind of dance place with the best DJ because he intertwined modern stuff with great 60s-80s pop, and i twas really fun being out dancing on a Friday night, then we went to McDonalds because Danielle just HAD to have some fries. or else. And it was a grand evening. And that, was my Friday. Really perfect. really fun
Saturday I ...
Welcome to Ireland
A super hospitable island (two countries) which began with airport chauffeur service from Tracey (the amazing niece of Steph's godmother Carmel) who took us on a nice scenic route of Belfast and dropped us off at our luxurious* airbnb.
[*Home made granola, electric blanket, big room...better than any hotel we've stayed in].
Christmas was in the air in Belfast, as the market opened that night and lit up its tree. got my first Christmas scarf and ...
Aside from packing my bags Yuni and I had come up with a comprehensive list of activities for the last two days together.
I used up all the Oranges to make juice which we enjoyed. Yuni was off to work with a family for while. I used that time to get everything together and stuff it in one of my two backpacks. Surprisingly it was much less and lighter than I thought. The big backpack accumulated to only 13 kg where the small carry-on was only ...
Tommy,our Dublin guide, took all 28 of us on a long walk through the heart of Dublin bright and early this morning. talking about everything from Viking raids to the British occupation troubles. Visited Trinity College (very old). Their main claim to fame, (besides their longevity), is the Book of Kells. From what I understand, these are beautifully illustrated manuscripts of the four gospels, that ...