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... and 200BC and were discovered around 2003 preserved in peat bogs.
Many sculptures & monuments around the city: The Spire (also called The Monument to Light), Anna Livia (a character in James Joyce's Finnegans Wake - nicknamed The Floozie in the Jacuzzi), The Famine Memorial to name just a few.
All in all, a very interesting place - more days could certainly be spent here, but we've seen a fair selection of the sights.
... north, but I did hear lots of stories about the history of the country and its "troubles". I guess that's probably what piqued my interest.
When I arrived in Ireland last time I had also come straight from London. I immediately felt comfortable in Dublin, and was captivated by the beauty of the regional areas and the friendly, outgoing nature of the people. When I arrived this time, driving though the streets of Dublin I had a bit of a ...
... with your hands or your feet, and you score a goal like you would in soccer. For this game we had a trainer who was one of the most intense guys that I ever have met. This would definitely be good thing though because he as a trainer (coach) would get things done and done the right way. I did enjoy this game a lot because it was different then what sports I am used to playing. Overall this experience was so much fun and I enjoyed it a lot. ...
... jail) by bus.
Ranked as the #1 attraction in Dublin, we were gutted to find that most of the jail was closed. It was here that leaders of the rebellions were detained, including those from the 1916 Easter
Rising, many of whom were imprisoned and executed in the prison by the British, and in 1923 by the Irish Free State. Closed for use as a jail in 1929 after Irish independence, it was eventually reopened as a ...
... having been given the time to breakdown the causes of where my internal struggles have come from up until this point, I will be more able and open to change these issues within myself and move on to a better place.
Again, I love all of the support and friendships that I have found and whom keep me propped up with their encouragement as I earn my GRIT!
If you'd like to learn more about this new Psychology on GRIT coming out today have a look: ...