FOREWARNING: THIS POST CONTAINS LOADS OF PICTURES. ENJOY! FOREWARNING 2: THIS POST IS WAY WAY OVERDUE. It was raining that early morning on the first day of our tour (July 9). The weather forecast did not miss. However, we still looked forward to an enjoyable getaway. (Rain, rain go away. Come again another day.) We … Continue reading 1/2: Exploring West of Ireland
Wandering around the Dublin is more like a hobby to me now. Aside from going to the shops, I enjoy seeing tourists, locals and everyone passing by as it gives me a sense of mystery-- like these different people have their own stories to tell. One day, I was at St. Stephen's Green Park, Grafton Street, … Continue reading In the streets of Dublin
Una brought me to Powerscourt House and Gardens in August last year. The place was breath-taking. From whichever direction I pointed my eyes to, the scenery was just lovely.
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 … Continue reading Dublin Bay Prawn Festival 2017
We had a blast weekend! Agatha and I had our very first tour of Ireland (outside of Dublin). We booked it online with Healy Tours for only €90 each. That price is cheap considering it covered a two-day trip and an overnight accommodation. From our traipsing, I got around 700 pictures. I know that's a … Continue reading Sneak Peek: 2-day West of Ireland Tour
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. But before we got there, Una, Agatha and I had to walk about 20 minutes to get to the bus stop for Malahide.
It's immigration day! We had to wake up early to see the bureau. I set the alarm 3:30am but I woke up about 13mins late. Good thing Agatha woke up early (as she always does), and she right away prepared our breakfast and lunch packs for the day. At 4:58am, we reached Burgh Quay /ˈbʌrə … Continue reading That Thing Called Garda