Another video up on my channel. Join us on our tour at the Guinness Storehouse, the home of Ireland’s most iconic beer.
It’s been highly endorsed by my former landlady for me to see Riverdance. It’s a show of Irish dancing; it’s a real Irish icon.
So last weekend, I tagged along Gladys to finally see it. I created sort of a vlog/spoiler of it. Enjoy!
I had a great time seeing friends and catching up with them over the first weekend of the year. Having that should be a sign of a great fun for the year ahead.
Whenever I crave for something different to eat other than the cheeseburger meal of Burger King, my choice is some good Japanese food. My go-to place for this is the Banyi Japanese dining in Temple Bar.
Has this ever happen to any of you-you have an activity or something laid out for weeks and then, come 1 or 2 days prior to carry it out, all of the excitement and the plan itself just dissipated into thin air?
The other night was a blast. I was with Agatha, along with her friends at work having dinner at Tippenyaki Restaurant in Castlewoods, Rathmines, Dublin. It is a Japanese restaurant with Japanese-looking Filipino crew. It felt home there, to be honest.
The other weekend, I went solo to Howth Harbour to check out the Dublin Bay Prawn Festival. I came to know of this on Facebook. I was very excited about it because I was looking forward to tasting seafood in a while, was curious about the festival in general, and it was my first time to visit Howth.
A bank holiday plus a shining warm sun– the perfect formula to carry out our plan to visit the nearest beach and see a castle.