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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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Dungarvan (Dún Garbháin) is a small town on the south coast of Ireland. I really enjoy exploring the area along the coast, you can always find some interesting local food, traditional pubs with wooden floors (and walls), you can watch sailors fixing their gear, and you will see in action all kinds of boats made for the family trips or a fishing business. And of course this smell of ocean in the air – a mix of fish and sea grass. You can’t really have it in the city.
I liked that room in between the two buildings. Also on this picture you can see how hard it is to fix the horizon on the photo – buildings are not standing straight, the ground is a hill, and the road sign is totally bent
The last view on the harbor. You can see how the boats are secured – there is a door with a metal net and a simple numeric keyboard to enter your entrance code. If you don’t know the code it’s quiet hard to get to the boats since the door secures the only bridge. I wonder if it’s easy to just jump on it )