Como esperávamos, a visita a Dublin foi relâmpago mas muito feliz. Foi daquelas viagens a correr, em que perdemos completamente a noção do tempo e três dias se transformaram num só dia, extremamente longo. De qualquer das formas e apesar do trabalho que tivémos, prometemos fotografias de Dublin e aqui as trazemos. Um ponto de vista muito especial, sem visitas turísticos obrigatórias, sem guias. Ao chegar a Dublin tínhamos 4 horas por nossa conta até o sol se pôr e fizemos o máximo que pudemos: bebemos uma Guinness e uma sidra num pub com música irlandesa ao vivo (que nos arrepiou assim que abrimos a porta), fomos ao Queen of Tarts comer uma gulodice (obrigada pela dica Marta!), vimos mercados de fruta na rua e vagueámos junto ao rio, sem compromissos nem correrias.
O Algarve wedding show foi maravilhoso e voltámos para casa encantados com os casais que conhecemos. É bom sentir tanto carinho por Portugal vindo de pessoas que decidem casar cá porque se apaixonaram nas nossas praias, cresceram cá nos verões ou simplesmente adoram a nossa comida. Devemos um agradecimento especial à Algarve Wedding Planners pelo convite e pelo acolhimento caloroso que nos fez sentir em casa.
Como já é costume das viagens que fazemos, todas as fotografias deste post são de filme e as últimas são as nossas adoradas instantâneas que nos fazem lembrar as Polaroid antigas e que tirámos quando fomos ao Café en Seine ouvir os Twin Flames. Esperamos que gostem!

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We knew that our trip to Dublin would be quick, but very good. It was one of those trips that blew past us, where we lost track of time and three days turned turned into a very, very long one. Anyway, and despite all the work we had, we promised pictures of Dublin and here they are. A very special point of view, with no touristy stops or guides. We had 4 hours alone in Dublin before the sunset and we did the best we could: we had a pint of Guinness and a cider to the sound of live irish music in a local pub, went to the Queen of Tarts for treats (thanks for the tip, Marta!), strolled through street markets and we wondered by the river.
The Algarve wedding show in Clontarf Castle was wonderful and we came home thrilled by all the wonderful couples we met. It’s great to feel so much love for Portugal from people who decided to marry here because they fell in love with our beaches, grew up here during Summer or simply because they love our food. We owe a very special Thank You to Algarve Wedding Planners for inviting us to be part of the show and for welcoming us so well – we felt right at home.
As usual with all the trips we do, every picture on this post was shot on film and the last ones are our loved instants that remind us of old Polaroids. Those are from the party at the Café en Seine, where we listened to Twin Flames. Enjoy!
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Pedro & Marina – wedding photographers in Dublin

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