As The Silver Curtain Closes

Travelbugs were biting me, keeping me off the webs a bit. Ireland was my first destination, Dublin to be exact. A city with loads of history, loads of tourists all the same. Where the Trinity college is a popular attraction, so is the Chinatown of Dublin, the Temple Bar. Weird place. The town has interesting antique stores, a Camden street is to mention, a park that closes at evenings and nights and it may be a bit challenging for a tea lover to find excellent tea in this town. (The airport, at the chocolate bar… Such a winner!)
There are churches. Loads of them. While hardly anyone in town seems truly religious. But the pretty ones are an eye catcher for sure. There are bridges, bridges to cross the river, to go from north to south and to form a proper divide between the city. So close, but yet another bridge pops up and the beautiful Erasmus bridge has an Irish brother so it seems.

Then the traveling brought me back to Boras, Sweden. Beseech has been back together… well sort of. And I went to the album release party. Interesting enough. A taxi-driver seemed so amazed by the fact that I went there he just had to look it up. The hotel had elevator music and the club came with a bunch of friendly visitors that were totally convinced my hotel did not exist. Which is fine because I was avoiding to tell them the exact location… The town only have very few hotels, so Im surprised they didn’t know it. Show was interesting. Weird also, seeing different people do these songs, but nice to actually hear the songs I guess. I remember seeing one Dutch band playing a cover once and it was extremely terrible. They lost the band contest and started throwing the festival’s equipment off the stage. So yes, then I liked this sooooo much better. Had a good time, even though it was only a brief visit.

Here some random shots I did recently:
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