Dublin | photos

I’ve got a little bit of a holiday hangover. We had a great time in Dublin and I wish we could go back, I always feel so at home in Ireland. 

I’m going to be doing a few posts about all the fun places we went to do and things we did, so here’s a quick post with a few shots from around the wonderful city of Dublin. 

It turns out I do not like Irish coffee. I’m not a whiskey fan to begin with but I hoped that in coffee I might be able to drink it, but nope.  

This is perhaps the best ever name for a pub – The Oliver St. John Gogarty. 


I had cheesecake and Snicker’s flavoured ice cream. It was so delicious and creamy. If you ever go to Dublin, please do try Gino’s ice cream. It almost looks too good to eat but once you’ve started eating it, you can’t stop. 

A statue of Robert Emmet, an Irish nationalist leader, in St. Stephen’s Green park. I also like to think, this is the first example of the ‘come at me bro’ expression. 


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  • Aww, it looks like you had a great trip! One of the coolest parts about living in Europe is it’s just hop, skip, and a jump to travel to other countries. I know a surprising amount of people who have never left the US, just because it’s so far (and thus expensive) to leave!

    Cat
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  • I love these pictures! I really want to go to Dublin now <3

    Danniella x

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  • These pictures are gorgeous. I have a definite soft-spot for that ice cream place. It looks amazing. All of the flavours, please!

    Sorcha x Bright Field Notes

  • I wanted to try all of the flavours! They almost looked too good to eat, only almost.

  • If you ever have chance, I highly recommend it, it’s such a nice place.

  • Yeah sometimes I wish I lived in the US but you’re right it’s so far and so expensive to leave the country!