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... would say: "Than show your love to everything he created."
At last some advice:
Since we were students on a budget we walked trough the Catholic and Protestant neighbourhoods. You won't see many tourists there. My advise is not to go there when you have an Irish or Brittish accent. Just ask your hotel or hostel whether is it safe for you to visit the neighbourhoods. Also, do your homework. Find out what it means to be Catholic or Protestant and how ...
... were hugs and shrieks of excitement. We crossed over very slowly I may add (it's Fockin high) and then decided we should just cross back and call it a day. On the way back over, funny guy Trevor starts bouncing up and down behind me. I nearly soiled myself as the bridge started rocking up and down. With a sort of possessed demon esque voice, my head spun backwards (Trevor maintains that my shoulders didn't move one bit) and I said STOP in the lowest voice you've ever ...
... flag is flown everywhere. And most staggering, there are huge murals painted on the sides of houses. All of them represent people who have fought and died for their cause in some way. One in particular portrayed a guy who was called the Topgun, named such because he "won" the race to kill as many Catholics as possible. All 25 that he killed before he was murdered, were innocent people. It's insane. (Photo attached) He then took us to the Peace Wall. It's really scary to think ...
... makes for an interesting place to dine as well.
The room is put together with mis-matched furniture and odd decor that somehow make the restaurant uniquely beautiful.
If some of these pictures (excluding the pizza) made you as hungry as I am writing about them all, then mission accomplished! ;)
... try again next bingo day.
Tuesday August 20 saw us sail in to Dublin port. A beautiful sunny day made it a much nicer experience than the previous times we have visited Dublin.
We could not visited Dublin and not go to an Irish pub, so of course we did. Temple Bar was the agenda for some Irish Stew and some Guinness with Irish music playing.
Wednesday August 21 and ...