Greetings from Ireland!

It’s already half of my stay here. Time passes by so quickly! I work Monday to Friday, but after leaving office I walk around the Dublin (and sometimes I get lost, too). Last weekend I was on an organized tour to County Kerry and Cliffs of Moher. Next weekend I’m going to Kilkenny. I love it here!

Ireland is so green, fruit trees and daffodils are already blooming. Right now also is starting the time of year when sheeps deliver little lambs, and so I had an opportunity to watch few days old lambs playing on a filed :)

Dublin is amazing. What I like most is a variety of buildings. There are no two alike, and right next to old, maybe even medieval ones, are raised new, often bizzare office buildings. I never thought such contrast could look this good! I’d say rather otherwise, despising new architecture placed fast beside historic buildings. How wrong I was :)

And countryside – magnificent! So pretty, so many unique places to visit!

Poeple are ever so friendly and more than patriotic. Evereything – and I mean everything – that can be green is green. When I landed on the airport, I saw traffic cones in white and green :) Souvenirs shops are placed at every corner and you can buy anything. Not only tourist visit and make trades ;) Also, going to a pub is unusual experience, especially when a sport game is transmitted.

If you get a chance to visit Ireland, don’t hesitate! I will definetly come back here one day :)

I don’t have anything new to show you, I’m affraid. I hadn’t take my stuff to Dublin, and even if I have, I wouldn’t find time to crochet. I spend every bit of free time sightseeing ;)

But! To stay in appropriate mood… Here is a forest-green dream drop!

Made with Big Merino from Drops. You can see also Rios from Malabrigo below – leftovers that I was saving for a dream drops for quite a long time. And they are yet to be used!

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