A Weekend in County Dublin, Ireland - 31st July 2010

It's over to the Vicinity of Blackrock in Co. Dublin again for a day. Isobel and The Boy have been over for a week already, and Nosher rocks up on the Friday night. The day after a stop off for a couple of jars of Guinness, we meander over to Greystones via Bray, and then on to a walk in Devil's Glen.

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A large wedge of cash used to buy the campervan. Wonga!
The sun lingers on the horizon for a second, as we fly over the Irish Sea
The tunnel from the airport to Dublin Port - built at great cost and largely unused
The local: The Old Punchbowl, Williamstown
Fred and Isobel, with Nosher, go to visit Cameron's "meat shop" in Monkstown
A mushroom
Fred roams about
Philly does his "Ray Mears" thing
The Boy pokes about by the river
A picnic occurs by the river
A plaque, mounted on concrete in the ground reads "Paddling in the water. This is the happiest day of my life"
Fred shouts at something
Fred climbs on a rock. With a tee-shirt that reads "rock", and his classy "SpongeBob" tatts
A Seamus Heaney quote: "To be marvellously yourself like the river water...", carved in the back of a bench
Ivy curls round a tree trunk on its slow march to the top
Back at The Girls' pad, a barbeque
Kitchen action
Fred hangs around at Dublin airport
Fred chortles as Isobel looks on
A Ruinair 737-800 aeroplane loads up from the rear
Stansted Airport's "Norman Foster" terminal (as used on every advert with an airport, ever) from the final approach

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