This is an aircraft of Aer Lingus, the official flag carrier of Ireland and the one that just brought a classmate to this European country. And below is a snapshot of the Heuston train station in Dublin, which is a 50-minute bus ride from the city’s international airport.
From this station rides the train going to Clondalkin-Fonthill, which will be the vacation base of …
… Lito Parungo. The place is called Cappaghmore (or An Cheapach Mhór in Gaelic), a sleepy suburb just outside of the main center. Tomorrow, a reportage on Dublin’s main tourist attractions – if Lito finds them all and doesn’t lose his way.
By the way, the title of this post literally means one thousand welcomes, a common greeting or salute in Ireland.