Docking Station for Digital Nomads

Sep 30 2016 Issue #1231

Dublin Travelogue

I’m writing this on No. 1 Lounge in Heathrow, in between flights from Dublin and to Helsinki. I’ve spent the past week in Dublin, participating in the annual European DrupalCon.

I’ve visited Dublin once before, in 1998. Back then, the city felt quite drab and expensive. Now, it felt fresh and somewhat expensive. There has been a huge amount of new buildings erected near the docks area and the conference happened to be there – so lot of new and even futuristic vibes.

I arrived on Monday after spending my weekend with junior hockey players in Leppävirta in eastern Finland. Travelling with 43 eleven years old players and around ten adults for two days (and nights) takes it toll. I was dead tired on Monday morning after woking up 5.20 in the morning – I had spent seven hours at home between trips.

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Aug 31 Life:

No travels, soon to Dublin

August was really uneventful on travelling front. No trips whatsoever; my time was spent in work, kids’ sport events, and in our summer house.

Jul 31 Life, Travelling:


Our whole family was on holiday during July. We had bought inexpensive flights to Pula, Croatia already early in the spring and set off on Saturday right after the last working day.

Jun 30 Life, Travelling:

Tallinn – Lohja – Pula

As mentioned in May, I spent a couple of days in Tallinn. The whole trip was business, business, business, so not much to tell you about it. This time I took my car with me to visit a bit more remote office and to bring some drinks back home to our new summer cabin.


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