Post Tagged with: "Sunset"

North Coast 500

After two amazing days in the Isle of Skye, our route continued to the north of Scotland. We made part of the North Coast 500, a circular route of 516 miles (830 km) that runs through the northern counties of Inverness-shire, Ross, Cromarty, Sutherland and Caithness, starting from the famous […]

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Isle of Skye

The Isle of Skye is the largest island of the Inner Hebrides in Scotland. It is one of the most stunning places in the Scottish Highlands: old volcanoes and mountains, beautiful beaches with turquoise waters and white sand, green valleys, huge cliffs, waterfalls… No wonder why Skye is one of […]

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When the sun sets in Dublin

The spring couldn’t have begun better in Dublin this year. The equinox day was a cold but clear and beautiful day. I couldn’t resist the temptation of going again to my favourite place in the city to see the sunset and dusk: the Docklands . It was one of the most […]

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A day in Lucerne

I was looking forward to explore a bit more of Switzerland during my last trip to Zurich. I had only a weekend so, after considering a few options, I decided to spend a day in Lucerne. I couldn’t have chosen better! Lucerne is located in central Switzerland in a stunning scenary: […]

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Evening at the Docklands

Located in the eastern part of Dublin, the Docklands are a recently renovated area at both sides of the River Liffey. What was once a derelict and very contaminated area close to the Dublin port, now is a busy and modern area full of glass business buildings, modern apartments and new landmarks, […]

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Rainy Extremadura

I was looking forward to spending a couple of days in the countryside while I was in Spain in Christmas. This winter has started very warm and I expected to see a wonderful sunset and millions of stars at night like last year… Unfortunately, when I arrived to Extremadura it was cloudy and […]

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Trim Castle

Ireland is full of ruins of ancient buildings and constructions, some of them as old as 3200 years BC. These old ruins of burial sites, abbeys, monasteries, cemeteries and castles contribute to the air of mystery, romanticism and melancholy so typical in Ireland. A feeling intensified in grey and rainy days. […]

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Gorch Fock

Living in Dublin has some perks. Visits of beautiful tall ships are one of them, specially when these are training ships from all around the world. Last september we enjoyed the visit of one of the two German training ships, the Gorch Fock, who docked at the river Liffey. Definitely, she enhanced the […]

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Sunset at the Liffey

November couldn’t have started better this year. A clear sky and mild temperatures welcomed one of the darkest months in Dublin. It was impossible to resist the temptation of going outside and walk along the Liffey, the river that divides Dublin in two and is home to some of the most […]

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