Type Dublin

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Now that my thesis is done, dusted, and submitted, I can finally show it to you! It's called Type Dublin, a quirky A-Z guide to living in Dublin with original multimedia content, and it's online now. Have a look at it here and tell me what you think. I'd love to hear your feedback. While you're at ...

Try something new: bubble tea

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I am a sucker for trying new things. It all started when I first discovered sushi. Before, the idea of it used to put me off. Then, one day, two friends of mine (and self-confessed sushi-holics) took me with them to try it. ...I am now hooked on the stuff. Since then, whenever I get the opportunity ...

Dublin Markets

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I haven't been writing here as much as I'd like to. It's because I'm in the middle of my final project - a massive undertaking which has me and my teammates running around Dublin. I won't give it away just yet, although I'll definitely write up a post about the whole thing soon. This weekend saw ...

What I Miss About Summer

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A few weeks ago, we had something of a summer here in Dublin. It lasted a week. It was quite wonderful. We made the most of it, wearing sundresses, lying on the grass in the park, holding a barbecue, drinking beer... I love this city very much. I'm not even too bothered about the weather being ...

Here Comes the Sun

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So, I've been stuck indoors studying and doing assignments these past few weeks. Yesterday was my last exam (hopefully ever) and it turned out to be such a beautiful day. The sun was shining, it was warm. This so rarely happens in Dublin that Hannah, Elaine and I decided to go to the park and ...

Home

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Every evening since the beginning of 2012, I have been writing in my Q&A a Day journal from Anthropologie (which you should buy because it is fantastic. One of the more recent prompts was 'How do you describe home?' And I had to pause. How DO I describe home? See, my problem is that despite feeling 'at home' ...

I’m okay!

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So on Sunday it started to rain. And it didn't stop until this morning.   I've not left the house today because the road by our estate is flooded and I'm kinda scared of scenes like these:   I've been compulsively refreshing the RTE site for updates. Keep safe, Dubliners.