3am in Dublin

I am finally feeling almost human again. 10 hours flying to Paris then 4 hours, including layover time, to get to Dublin then trying to stay awake to adjust to the time change added up to about 30 hours or so of no sleep. Last night at about 7pm local time I just passed out. Luckily I was in the bed and not sitting in a pub somewhere! 😄
It’s fascinating walking around with a thousand years of history. We only have one full day here, tomorrow, to try to see as much as we can. Luckily we are centrally located to much of the history.
The people have been genuinely kind so far – aside from grumbling about slow walking tourists.
Tomorrow we will try to take the train out to the coast in the morning and then visit Christchurch and Trinity College when we get back.
More to follow.

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3 thoughts on “3am in Dublin

  1. i discovered your blog through someone posting about how to warp….I have been musing over your last few entries and we have something in common…over weight and under exercised…also one guy with one husband no children officially…we care for a lot of other people’s children (fully grown but lord do they need looking after).

    was wonderin where you are lucky enough to be living it sounds lovely

    1. freethnkr1965

      I did reply to this but neglected to put the reply in the reply category. I could reply again but that would be more like a retread. hahaha Thanks for the nice comment and I hope you are doing well.

  2. freethnkr1965

    Hi Joseph, sorry it’s taken so long to reply.

    You know, I wrote those loom posts eight years ago and they still get more traffic than any of my other writing. I’m sure there’s a lesson in there somewhere but I’m refusing to see it!! haha 🙂

    We live in Western Washington about an hour and a half south of Seattle, just out in the country enough to not have cable or wired internet. The beauty around us makes up for the inconvenience… most days.

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