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A Polski Adventure

I wish I could sum up for you just how much I loved Gdansk. It’s pretty, historically rich and lively. We were there during the Santa Dominika festival and the city was buzzing. I can’t lie and say I did the full works in terms of seeing the sights – the itinerary for my cousin’s wedding was quite intense (lots of parties). But still, everyone left Gdansk in agreement that we would all love to go back soon. I was (predictably) worse for wear and asleep for the drive to the wedding venue (which was next to the beauuuuutiful lake pictured above) so I have no idea what the area was called, but it was about an hour and a half’s drive from Gdansk.

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A few more of Dublin
January 21, 2011, 8:44 pm
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Having had what has felt like a never-ending week, it’s quite nice to flick back through the Dublin photos to post them here. This time last week I was drinking too many Guinnesses and cracking jokes and having a hilarious time. Not that I can complain, though. This evening I’m having friends over for dinner then we’re going to the pub next door for shisha and bunny-spotting (really, there are bunnies in the shisha area, just hopping around). Not bad for a Friday. Have a good weekend all!



HeadingĀ East

I’m not a regular visitor to Brick Lane but I always enjoy myself when I do go. So much is squeezed into such a small area that it feels a bit like a tourist resort – especially with all the restauranteurs trying to encourage you in from the street. My friends and I ended up in a Syrian restaurant. Our table backed onto the street, which was not without its interesting al-fresco dining experiences, I’ll tell you. You certainly get some characters in London sometimes.