Little Erik’s very first roadmovie!!! He has a bit of a boring choice for background music (although the Dubliners make excellent music, this isn’t really one of their finer works), but look at those mountains….those gorgeous Irish mountains…. aren’t those absolutely awesome?
Little Erik created a playlist for all the dear visitors to his blog. Curious what kind of music a Phantom Plushie listens to? Give him an ear at his blog and tell him what you think!
Seen everything in Dublin. Tomorrow photo’s from rest of Ireland: Little Erik also went to Cork, Kilkenny, Kilarney, Ring of Kerry, Skellig Michael, went out camping and saw a whole bunch of castles. For tonight here’s some last random Dublin’ stuff I forgot to post earlier.
Good night everyone! Good night, sleep tight, don’t let the bedbugs bite, but if they do, give them a fright!
Dublin City Hall.
(I’m too lazy today to make up a funny story with this one, sorry)
Ireland is full of churches. There’s churches everywhere. Couldn’t miss them even if we wanted to. So after prison, our Little Phantom went to the church. He really comes around, goes around everywhere, doesn’t he?
It’s prison for our Little Phantom! Kilmainhaem Gaol, the infamous prison playing a part in the Easter Rising, was granted a visit by Little Erik. In other words…. he went to the gaols!
Little Erik went to the Leprechaun Museum. I would not be pining for the fjords there. It was a silly place. The guide was a hamster and the halls smelled of elderberries. We shall not taunt it a second time.
Ireland=beer. Very Good Beer. Dublin=Guinness. And then there’s those awesome 1930’s styled almost steampunk like brewery. There’s even a church on the grounds??? Like, how much cooler can it get?! It’s a thing. It had to be admired. There was no other option. Resistence is futile.
Little Erik went to admire the statue of Oscar Wilde in Merrion Square Park. He was after all a contemporary of our beloved Phantom. I’d like to quote this great master of literature a bit, ‘cause it almost seems like he was having Tumblr in mind when saying this (or facebook, or twitter, or any other kind of social media). And not to mention he just had a great sense of humour:
Last little bit (part 4) of Erik in Dublin Castle. Whoohooo. On to other Little Erik in Ireland stuff. But aren’t these gorgeous?
Little Erik in Dublin Castle part 3. Sorry, still not done there. It. Just. Really. Was. an AWESOME. Castle. Couldn’t stop the camera. Erik played really well for supermodel this day.
Little Erik in Dublin Castle part 2. ‘cause I just made a friggin ton of photo’s there and I can only upload max. 10 here. So more will come… ‘cause it’s just a bloody cool castle. Erik liked it too, felt almost like the Opera.
Little Erik went to see Dublin Castle. It was in Dublin. It was a castle. Little Erik was there. I really don’t know what else to tell about this.
Ahw, don’t make him shy, the little man can’t handle so much attention! ;-)
First thing any proper tourist who arrives for the first time in Dublin should do is run to Trinity College right away. If it’s not to see the Book of Kells, then it is to have that Harry Potter-like feeling in their amazing library. Like, aaaaaaaahw, why can’t all library’s look like this? Why is our own local library around the corner so dreadfully boring looking compared to THIS?