We are in Baile Àtha Cliath (Dublin´s irish name). The weather is…the typical irish weather: rain, wind, clouds and (omg!) SUN! All in a day.
“Due to Dublin’s northerly latitude, it experiences long summer days, around 17 hours of daylight between official sunrise and sunset times for the longest day of the year in June and short winter days, as short as 7 and a half hours between official sunrise and sunset times for the shortest day of the year in December. These are lengthened slightly when you take Dawn and Dusk into consideration. In summer, Dawn can come as early as 04:00 before the official sunrise time of 04:56 on the longest day of the year. Dusk is lengthened also, sometimes up to 23:00 after the sun has set just before 22:00 on the longest day of the year. This is due to the fact that the sun always sets in the west and for Ireland, this is the Atlantic Ocean. Generally, areas which lie at the edge of time zones on coastal positions have a longer dawn and dusk than those at the centre and which share land borders.”
Guinness, Guinness,Guinness!!!! We love you Arthur Guinness!
From 21 Glenbeigh Rd.
Angel Martin in Dublin: