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NOS Alive'19

I would do it again, the festival, discovering the city and surroundings, maybe accompanied next time! This was the ending phrase of NOS Alive'17 post from two years ago. And two years later it came true. We decided to go to the festival one month ago. Maria, a friend of us, was telling us about her plans to go to the festival, and me and Ioana were immediately convinced that we should join. And we did and it was amazing: the music, the food, the drinks, the sun, the people, everything.
We arrived in Lisbon on Thursday evening and from the airport we went directly to the Airbnb, which turned to be a disappointment, luckily we didn't spend too much time inside.
After we checked in we went to eat something before going to the festival. The Airbnb host recommended us a restaurant close by, but somehow in Lisbon the Google Maps is faulty and we ended up in another restaurant frequented by locals.
After dinner we went to the festival. Funny thing. We didn't have tickets. With I…
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Ireland road trip

A month ago, me and my travel mate, Edi, were looking for a weekend gateway somewhere in the warmer south. But we ended up buying flight tickets to Dublin (it was the best money - time combination). And Edi had the brilliant idea to rent a car to see more than Dublin.
He asked his Irish colleagues for suggestions and that's how we decided to go northern.
Giant's Causeway was the main attraction on Saturday.
This area is part of the UNESCO World Heritage site. Giant's Causeway is famous for the basalt columns, resulted from an ancient volcanic fissure eruption. From Dublin it's about 3h driving.
When we arrived at Giant's Causeway was already 4.30pm. Thanks to the daylight saving time we had plenty of time to wander around.
Warning! The images you will see will make you want to book your next flight to Ireland!

How powerful is the nature! How symmetrical it shaped the columns! I am astonished in front of this natural wonder!

I liked this area because it was quiet. L…