This is the view onto Howth Harbour...
I did the cliff walk a while back and it was full of breathtaking scenery and stunning flora and fauna. 🐟🐠🌷🥀 Easy to reach from Dublin city by train, you will be guided in the right direction by road signs.
The cliff walk I did took me a good few hours but there are different distances you can walk. I walked up to the Howth Summit, enjoyed a nice lunch in a pub and walked back to Howth from there. Take the long walk, and you'll be walking back to Sutton, where you can also take the train back to Dublin city.
Últimamente así son mis días, dándome amor a mi mismo. Estoy aprendiendo a acompañarme porque estoy “solo” físicamente. Aunque hay días que realmente extraño mucho los abrazos de mis seres queridos, he aprendido a disfrutar el pasar más tiempo conmigo disfrutando largas caminatas y admirando nuevos paisajes. ❤️
Outtake from my project 'Flight Study'. This is Declan who works at the National Flight Center. I didn't know him before this shoot but through talking we discovered that he was best friends with my uncle Ken. Ken used to collect flight safety cards from planes. These cards were given to me when he passed away and I turned that collection into a project called 'Please Do Not Remove From Aircraft'
Dublin is...full of character and this is definitely the coolest pub I visited in the city while exploring with @guinness this past week! 😎👌 If you do go take photos here, at least be polite and order a pint! 😉🍺 #dublinireland#guinnessgettogether
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A Little Cloud
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A trip to Dublin wouldn’t be complete without a trip to The Temple Bar ☘️
The history of this area goes back to 1599 when Sir William Temple built his home in the area. His son went on to develop the area known as Temple Bar after a seawall was built in 1656 to hold back the River Liffey. The area then became known as Temple Barr, because a ‘barr’ was a raised sandbank used for walk-in.
And that concludes your history lesson for the day! 🤓 We’re already back in Barcelona, but I’m so grateful for a whirlwind weekend with family in town. Dublin, you were such a blast!
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reklame| Looking up to my spirit animal 🦒 the Natural History museum (aka the dead zoo) in Dublin is a fantastically strange place, that dates back to the Victorian times. It holds a certain nostalgia to me. When I was (very) young I was taken here and decided to jam my finger in between some oak display cabinets. 2hrs and multiple moved cabinets later I was once again free....problem child? 🤔
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reklame|A short train ride out of the city and you’re greeted with incredible views 😳