My morning in Dublin begins sitting at a table for 1 in the terrace of Wilde Restaurant at The Westbury, overlooking the quaint streets of Dublin. The chatter of other diners is filling the air with accents from all over the world and I start to feel like an extra in a foreign film. Its overcast with light droplets of rain, a perfect autumn’s morning - the scene has been set.
Unsure of what this city will show me, I was fooled by thinking it would just be a live streaming history book. There is so much to this beautiful city. Grafton Street’s buskers had me shopping with a spring in my step, the buildings brought out the wannabe photographer in me and the food well, that gave me my Eat quest I always wanted after reading Eat, Pray, Love.
However, the further out of Dublin you venture the more character you find. The Landscape is truly breathtaking. I am not the most well-travelled but I know beauty when I see it and Ireland will not disappoint. I merely had a taste of this part of the world I will definitely be back for more.
The first image I captured. A photo shoot just as I stepped out onto the streets of Dublin!
Sometimes images just speak for themselves!
30 mins out of Dublin – Powerscourt House and Gardens makes you feel as though you are miles away. The Japanese Gardens in the Estate were by far my favourite.
Learning to make Scones @ Ballyknocken House & Cookery School.
A slice of history in St Patrick’s Cathedral
A Day in Dublin is not complete without a visit to Trinity College.
Pouring the perfect pint is a must at the Guinness Storehouse.