Before I write anything, I must check that I’m not violating any trademarks with ‘Discover Dublin’ (edit: I am but as long as the good folks at the tourist board don’t find this, I am fine).
So it’s been ages since I last blogged and that is purely because I’ve been so bogged down trying to find a job as well as being hit by a little bit of writers’ block.
Now that the job is secure, but the writer’s block is still persisting, I’ve decided to pop up a post of just a few things I spotted whilst walking around Dublin on the first real day of Autumn last week.
I lived in Dublin for about a year, and whilst I got to see it in all its four season-glory, I spent much of that time in college. Venturing outside of the university walls was unfortunately a rare occurrence, and definitely something I should have done more looking back on it. So I took my time off between interviews last week to see what other parts of the city had to offer.
First thing I realised, Dublin is SO NICE IN AUTUMN. This may not be news to you but the part of Dublin I’m so used to are the shop-lined streets, NOT the nicer parts of the canal or anywhere around Dartmouth Square.
Here are a few places/things I saw (all also up on my instagram).
Nothing mind-blowing, I know, but it was nice to be a tourist in my own city