After the visit to Glendalough, I got off at Bray, a coastal town south of Dublin. Indeed a very town,
I arrived Sunday morning with some expectation of busy sunday markets. However, it was too early.
I just took the time to have my first Irish breakfast at a local cafe. It wasn't much to see here, and
I hopped on the train and went back to Dublin.
Entering the city of Bray.
See, Chinese people is everywhere!
There was not much going on with this on Sunday 10:30am .. strange !
The city of Bray carries a strong feel of French Architecture.
My "Irish" breakfast at Bray.
Train Station at Bray.
Going back to Dublin ......
Beautiful coastline from Bray to Dublin.
Back in Dublin
Connelly Train Station.
Trinity College at the city centre of Dublin ....
Trinity College Square.
I dropped my lugguage off at the hotel, and immediately went back to the train station. Suggested by one of
my friends, I went north this time to Howth, a fishing port in the old times.
The city was very beautiful. Lots of waterfront cafes and restaurants. The marina was protected by a dam, where I found
many families strolling on with their children. It was a relaxing afternoon for me to tour Howth. I had my "fish & chips"
and the Guiness at a local cafe.
Again, taking the train to Howth.
Arriving Howth ....
Protected harbour at Howth.
Lots of fishing boats are docked here.
Watch out, seriously there are no barriers here ....
wow, .. freebie !.
A beautiful fishing village, with restaurants on the pier.
I think it is my first to see an anchor painted yellow ....
Ah..., here comes the expensive side of the town.
Walking along the wave dam.
... follow me kids ....
OK mom, but where are we going ?
Lovely lighthouse overseeing the British Isles.
How do I get up there?
You wondered what private yacht need this rusty chain for anchorage.
Hey, did you make these footprints? Told you not to walk on it, aiyah !!
I think City of Vancouver should adopt beer kegs to replace metal fences!