An Irish Tale – Proud to have lived in Ireland

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Matthias at St. Patrick's Day

I wish I was Irish! I was living in Ireland for some time and fell in love with this country. The people, their mentality and hospitality, their culture, history and heritage coupled with their pride to be Irish. The whole package differentiates this country from other countries and people in the world.

Ireland: Friendly people, no rush, no stress – a welcoming atmosphere. Isn’t this something everybody desires when visiting or settling in other countries!? I was living next to Phoenix Park to the West of the city and was working for Ireland’s biggest private tour operator – Abbey Tours, which had its large office building just next to the River Liffey in the middle of the city. Next to it, the Brazen Head – Ireland’s oldest Pub – in which we met every Thursday for after work drinks.

Close to Phoenix Park – The place I lived…

My place in Dublin

My home in Dublin

 

Deers in Phoenix Park

Bray close to Dublin


Dublin City

Dublin City

Spire Dublin


Dublin River LiffeySt. Paddy's Parade in Dublin

 

Temple Bar at night…

Temple Bar at Night

 

Especially during the summer months, my flatmate Rafal and I, hosted numerous couchsurfers from all over the world. I explored a lot of sights and spots within and outside Dublin, celebrated St. Patrick’s Day in Irish style, made some road trips across the island and discovered Northern Ireland as well.

Howth & Bray – beautiful cliffs, beaches and landscapes near Dublin…

Cliffs Bray

Bray sea side

Bray

 Sea view at Bray
Harbour Howth

Howth mountain view

 

Beach in Howth near Dublin

Beach in Howth

 

Great Parties with great people…

Clubbing Dublin Night

Dublin Party

Halloween Party in Dublin

 

I had great times in Dublin, made new friends, enjoyed great celebrated good parties, explored the entire country and got to know lots of people working in the Irish tourism industry.

Hard Rock Cafe

After work Brazen Head Dublin Abbey Tours

Hi, ich bin Matthias und reise gerne fernab der Massentourismuspfade, aktiv und abenteuerlich, aber zugleich auch genussvoll und entschleunigt. Am liebsten mit Rad, Rucksack oder Handgepäck. Auf diesem Blog findest du neben Reiseberichten und Tipps auch Interviews, Gedanken, Gastartikel und viele Eindrücke zum Reisen mit dem Fahrrad.

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