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26 Apr April 26


“Welcome to Dublin – the city where the sun never stops shining.” – certainly the best line of a flight attendant ever while we touched down in the grey and rainy Dublin last night. I’m here to do three trainings for our customers in Ireland and the first one is already done while I am writing this post. Hopefully it won’t rain so much on the weekend since I want to walk the first 51km of the Wicklow Way! The weather today was actually quite nice while I was walking through the city after work – check out the pictures in this post if you like 🙂

View from the AOL office.

View from the AOL office.

Christ Church Cathedral

Christ Church Cathedral

Short rain shower for a minute or so :-)

Short rain shower for a minute or so 🙂

Spire of Dublin

Spire of Dublin

Spire of Dublin close up.

It’s windy at 121m height!

Details on a bridge, nobody else noticed those.

Details on a bridge.

One of the many great Pubs!

One of the many great Pubs!


Posted by on 26th April 2013 in News, Travel

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0 responses to “Dublin Live

  1. Rishikesh Rafting

    27th April 2013 at 13:31

    nice clicks!!

  2. KC

    16th May 2013 at 17:43

    Hi Chris,

    My name is KC Owens, I’m a college student and I love to travel! While cruising the Internet, I found your site and really enjoyed reading your posts. I have been to countries all over Europe with just my backpack and a camera. Since I am a college student and I have significant bills, it can be difficult to find ways to travel the world. However, I have done this several times, with less than ten pounds of luggage and while on a college dime!

    I was hoping that you would allow me to write a post for your blog to share my tips and tricks with your readers. I put a lot of time into my traveling, it is my biggest passion and I would love to inspire others by sharing my stories, mistakes and triumphs. I look forward to hearing from you!


    KC Owens

  3. Chris

    17th May 2013 at 11:27

    Hey there,

    thanks for your comment but I’m not so sure about guest posts here because my blog serves more as a personal archive for my travels and it does not have a lot of traffic. So I think you would be better off posting your advice on bigger sites with more readers!



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