In Dublin, I was stiffed! Ya, that’s right. My local had to cancel on me, last-minute. And because I only had a very brief amount of time in the Irish capital, I decided to try something new – ambush total strangers and see if someone might be my local guide.
I believe, in the end, I fared pretty well. What do you think?
And if you want to check out the venues in the video here are their links:
Bewley’s Grafton St Cafe:Â http://bewleys.com/bewleys-grafton-street-cafe
Porterhouse Central: http://www.porterhousebrewco.com/
The House: http://housedublin.ie/
Of course, I need to say THANK YOU to dear Lidja! She was so kind and generous to take me around – giving quite a few hours of her day. The places she showed me were great! And wow, did I luck out to get such an engaging person. She isn’t Irish but she is a Dublin local with a passion for the city. It’s hard to beat that.
And I have to say a big thank you to Simon and his friends for really being great criac! Criac is an Irish term for “good fun.” You guys made the editing process of this video very entertaining for me. Cheers to you!
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In the Travel with Kate opening sequence, the image behind Kate eating sushi (not of Kate) is by photographer Trey Ratcliff of http://www.stuckincustoms.com/