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... that sold more fudge than chocolate, but we didn’t complain and brought some fudge.
Back on the bus we were getting closer to the main attraction with another chance for a quick nap.
We knew we had arrived, you definitely couldn’t miss the cliffs right in front of you, they were incredible. We were left to explore ourselves with a 3 hr window. With no time to waste we set off.
The cliffs take their name from an ...
Temple Bar (Irish: Barra an Teampaill) is an area on the south bank of the River Liffey in central Dublin, Ireland. Unlike the areas surrounding it, Temple Bar has preserved its medieval street pattern, with many narrow cobbled streets. It is promoted as Dublin's cultural quarter and has a ...
Visited Kilmainham Gaol, Trinity College, O'Donnell Street and the GPO. Beautiful weather all day! Got some jail souvenirs :) Learned a lot about Easter Rising 1916, most interesting part of Irish history I think. Ate lunch at Kingfisher Restaurant North of the Liffey. Going on a traditional music pub crawl tonight starting at Gogarty's! Sounds lots of fun. Feeling no jet lag at all. -- ...
... my blog. I'm currently writing this whilst sitting in Dublin airport London bound after partying with the Irish for St. Paddy's day, and boy do they know how to party! A 4 day bender with a trip to the Guinness factory chucked in for good measure. I had my first pint of Guinness which if I'm completely honest will also be my last..give me Old Rosie any day! Spring is on the way here and with it exciting holiday plans!! Watch this space friends ...
... br> After all this we had to go get some ingredients for our nice dinner. It was going to be
Gulaschsuppe made by Yuni. In the shop we ran into my collauge
Marinko, whom we invited to come by for a bowl. Also Emanuel our flat
mate joined us for a bit.
It was a great last dinner before going away. I finished off the evening by watching
Anthony Bourdain (No reservations in Singapore and Malaysia) to get
into the mood of my ...