The story is so simple because is about human condition.
An inspiration for this post is to creating and participating in my own choices. Simple life has advantages and disadvantages, but only one is good for each one. Old man and the sea could be young Good and nothingness.
Faith in happiness gives you freedom, freedom makes your life transcendent. Make your own philosophy today and feel the future.
Make your own drink with Rum and sail into the Ocean.
If you live in Ireland you must to hang out with many friends. One of them is Captain Morgan, Jameson or just Paddy. SLAINTE
I used to make my own drinks, but never remember the name I gave it 😉
A Little Dinghy
2 shots Captain Morgan® Parrot Bay coconut rum
2 shots Malibu® coconut rum
Serve in a highball glass
2 oz. Captain Morgan rum
4 oz. orange juice
A splash of cherry juice
To get the best effect for this shot, it should be served in an hourglass-shaped shot glass, which is also used for bomb shots. Otherwise, any glass will do.
16 oz Absolut® Raspberri vodka
16 oz Captain Morgan® Parrot Bay coconut rum
8 oz cranberry juice
4 oz ginger ale
Combine all ingredients in a pitcher and chill, preferably in ice. Pour into suitable glasses. Garnish rim of each glass with a lime slice, and serve.
1 1/2 oz gin
1 oz Rose’s® lime juice
8 oz ginger ale
Stir ingredients together in a collins glass filled with ice cubes, and serve.
Sex with the Captain
1 1/2 oz Captain Morgan® Original spiced rum
1 oz amaretto almond liqueur
1 oz peach schnapps
fill with 1/2 cranberry juice
fill with 1/2 orange juice
Tomorrow We Sail
3 1/2 oz Champagne
1/2 oz LBV port
1/2 oz dark rum
1 tsp triple sec
Serve in a champagne flute. Garnish with orange twist.
Sea Shanties are songs involved in sail and sailors life. Originally they were used to keep the rhythm for work as a team on the boat. These songs were used to achive a goal, rather then for pure entertainment.
The lyrics and melody were not sophisticated at all. The songs are always meaningful and told of a sailor’s life, abuse from captain and crew, alcohol, and longing for women and sunny-dry land.
Shanty festivals are organize all over the world with fantastic atmosphere. I remember once, I fire a cigarette from a little candle and I will never do it again because some people believe that this action can kill a sailor.
Ireland is an island to the north-west of continental Europe. It is the third-largest island in Europe and the twentieth-largest island on Earth. According to Lonely Planet guide Ireland is one of the best places in the world for water sports.
Capture moment in Dublin ad hoc. I used to have it my nikon with me and I love to take a photo with spontaneously. Sometimes you have only one chance in life to take a photo of wonderful phenomenon. My philosophy is to express my feelings by photography when the subject refer to deep existence of human life.
Waterford Tall Ships Races 2011 are presented by Szczecin, Poland
This was my fist time when I heard about Tall Ships. Every 4 years, a different country hosts the Tallships Race. The pictures I’ve posted are of the Tall Ships presented by Szczecin.
The festival is getting bigger and more known, so let’s wait till 2014 which is taken place in Cork.
Sometimes you can meet Polish girls doing amazing show. No wonder why Irish guys love Poland so much. 🙂 Thanks to that girl Polish Tall Ship reached the biggest number of audience during whole festival. In my subjective opinion Poland don’t have it a good sailors but have something more….;)
The Tall Ships Races is an annual international event. Over 5000 particpiants completed Dublin race in 2012. Dublin was thefinal host port for ships came in from many places such as Chile, Argentina, US, Norway, Poland, Holland, Italy, Venezuela, Denmark, England
I have to favourites Marinas around Dublin. One is in Howth and another one is in Dun Laoghaire. Both are nice with amazing sunsets, good seafood and sea breeze. Perfect place to take a photos and walk around with friends.
This marina is located in the historic harbour of Dun Laoghaire on the southern shore of Dublin Bay.
LÉ Eithne (P31) is an Eithne-class ship in the Irish Naval Service. The ship is named after Eithne, a tragic heroine and the daughter of the one-eyed Fomorian King, Balor in an early Irish romantic tale.