zaterdag 24 april 2010

The Galway Hooker

When taking the train from Dublin to Polranny, thirsty travelers always drop in at the Galway Hooker, since time immemorial the watering hole at Heuston Station. It's also famous for its Carvery Lunch, loving cooked by Ivan, a globe-trotting Russian who now presides over the meat and two veg.

As for the name, it's not what you think it is: the Galway Hooker is a sailing vessel, as depicted in the painting on the wall.

Words and photo: Peti

zaterdag 17 april 2010


A recurrent moment in driving through Ireland involves a rainy view of a graveyard.

Photo: Annie