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St. Patrick’s day parade in Cork 2012
The weather was remarkably good this morning. The sun was shining, loads of people went out on the streets dressed in green, there were children eveywhere waving Irish flags, farmer’s market was up and running on Grand parade. I just love St.Patrick’s day! [...]
Germany – Czech Republic car trip 2011
That was an incredible road trip. We got a car in Munich, went to Prague for 2 days, returned to Germany and drove round for 4 days, stayed in small hotels and tried local food on the way. We ended up in Prien am Chiemsee in the end. Read more for all posts and photos from that trip. [...]
Prague from the Petřín Lookout Tower
Petřín Tower is very compact, and it’s pretty easy to take the stairs to the top and back . If the weather is clear you can see the whole Prague underneath. And the view is definitely worth it. Petřín Tower is famous for it’s resemblance with the Eiffel Tower, but it definitely has it's own character. [...]
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A lot of people don’t like fish and chips. Even people who enjoy fish in general don’t like this dish because of the vinegar, or traditional coating full of oil. In Ireland they serve fish and chips pretty much everywhere, but it’s not everywhere the same. To get a real traditional meal you have to go to some takeaway, preferably old with long history – its the best guarantee to get fresh tasty fish. In good takeaways (Like Jackie Lennox) they wrap the meal in paper and don’t use plastic bags – it looks totally wild, but tastes so damned good.
This fish and chips we got in some pub in Galway, it was tasty, served with tartar sauce and pea puree.
It wasn’t that traditional battered fish, more like lightly dusted. I didn’t even feel guilty for eating it)
This is the reason why we were climbing the Bandon road. Jackie Lennox’s is located in the middle of nowhere which kinda proves that one day in the past it was a full of life street. It’s a fish and chips takeway, and well, it’s the best in Cork. I didn’t manage to take any good pictures of the food, but just trust me on that ) They wrap freshly made fish in multiple layers of paper, they don’t use plastic bags, and when you unwrap it the paper takes all the oil and leaves you a very very unhealthy but incredibly tasty meal.
Rated 5/5 on September 12, 2011