First time in another country by myself.
All alone. I don’t know anybody.
Unsure if I’m on the right bus to the bed&breakfast and where do am I supposed to get off.
After the Audi Garage *she said* on the phone call before my arrival.
That’s all I need to remember.
Told this to the bus driver, he was so nice – popped his head towards the back seats and told me it’s my stop.
I somehow manage to find the B&B.
The most welcoming family helps me get to my room with my luggage.
Chilling at my new room, not sure what to do now.
Opened my laptop – connected to WiFi, watched the same old TV show that helped me relax.
Better sleep, start fresh tomorrow – flight was a killer.
*Wait… I´m in Ireland* I think to myself. I’ll find something to do later this evening.
Woke up in the evening, went to The Goat Bar.
I order myself a Guinness.
4 guys join me and get extremely excited over a golf match on TV.
They welcome me to Ireland and invite me to endless rounds of Guinness for 2 hours and won’t take my money.
I somehow wobble back to my B&B and sleep,
That was nice of them, 3 years have passed since.
The cold winter won´t stop me from loving it.
The people are warmer than the weather.
This creates an environment that makes you want to stay.
Hats off to Ireland and it’s people. ****Thank you!****
Hats off Ireland was built because of the 3 years I’ve spent here, everyone was nice and welcoming.
Got so many of these stories and I can’t fit them all…
Stay tuned for more,