This post is to say thanks to all the hugely understanding clients who have waited while I had my Wedding and Honeymoon. As you all know (and now I do as well) it’s a slightly busy time and that coupled with everything else has meant that things are a little delayed. So work will resume shortly and in the mean time I’ll be catching up on everything that needs to be caught up on.
I also thought it’s common courtesy to show you some of the pictures from the last little while. I’ll also be posting up our wedding invitation videos and the one shown at the wedding.
The Morning after we got to the Hilton in Manchester city centre.
It was an amazing hotel, and they upgraded us to the 28th floor and the Executive Lounge. Thanks the Hilton!
Mrs Arber using some of the Hilton’s huge window light…
J2O… but massive and really cheap. Only £1.79 from Lidl would you believe?!
Some Irish caverns
Not the most inviting museum at the top of a huge hill. It might have been a really good place to see though… next time maybe.
I’m not usually a fan of tour bus trips, but the Dublin one was great. Becky took this with one of her favourite yellow doors
No city is complete without a Trolly in the River
Becky caught this one while we were on the tour.
…And this little girl on the bus. I love the mood of it.
Becky thought it was cool how many signs the Irish cram onto one pole… and she got her signature yellow object in the background
View from the top of Blarney Castle… Very green
While we were there we drove from county Cork Across the Heely Pass into County Kerry.
The views were superb and without planning to, Becky popped her dress on for some Trash the Dress Shots. No swimming yet, maybe another time…
I’ve got to admit, I was a little worried with her sitting over the edge. She loved it though…
A nice boat… once.
We stumbled upon Drake’s Pool, which is where Francis Drake hid from the Armada all those years ago. I was pretty chuffed to be there.
All the old guys I saw had some superb basketball shoes on, and these were no exception
An amazing eatery in Cork. We were silly hungry so this little place of the high street was superb!
Behind the Scenes in Cork
The stylish Radisson we stayed in near Dublin
We couldn’t go to Dublin without seeing Riverdance. I was as amazed at the Drummer as I was at the Dancers… Really Brilliant night.
A bit of work’s influence in the morning… Sorry Becky