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Tacos al Pastor en Dublín! Irlanda 8

Tacos al Pastor en Dublín! Irlanda 8


The Day Before The Day After Day 7 Travelers, I believe that Alan X El Mundo had never ‘wroken’ ‘Wroken’ Travelers, I believe that Alan X El Mundo had never woken so late on a trip, it’s noon, and I will be boarding that bus behind me to take you to a very special place. I took a bus that cost me €2 , because I want to take you to a place I’ve been wanting to go since the first day I arrived in Dublin, but I until now I was able to. Well travelers, it’s like this. I have in front of me the jail which is a very famous place to visit. But today, since it is St Patrick’s, well St. Patrick’s festival. St. Patrick’s day was yesterday, but the festival lasts all weekend long, and the people are on holiday, so this is packed. There’s a very long line, Versailles style, and the tours are practically sold out. So, I won’t see it today, oh well. So let’s go to plan B, so waking up late, was not worth it. Taking advantage that the jail is across the street, I came here. It’s like my consolation prize, to the Irish Museum of Modern Art It was renovated a couple of years ago, and the building is incredible. The exhibits are the kind that you don’t really understand much, but they are constantly changing. So if there’s an artist that you like to see, and has an exhibit here find out before coming. Yes, the building is beautiful; it’s the Old Hospital, and walking around here is nice and the museum is free, and it’s surroundings. I like the environment. I didn’t understand anything about the exhibit so I was only there for about 20 minutes. Let’s say I more-less liked it. I’m back at downtown Dublin, and now I will take you to a place that’s right in front of me. You can’t see it, but is in front of me. It used to be the Parliament, and now it is Ireland’s Bank. This is Ireland’s former Parliament. Nowadays is Ireland’s Bank. But this building, was the first building in the world built with the sole purpose of being a Parliament. This room is called “House of Lords”. You can visit this room free of charge. There are other beautiful areas of the building, but they are part of the Bank, photographs are not allowed, but you can also visit them. There’s additional photographs and information, to help you know more about the building. Guys, do visit Ireland’s Bank, because I believe it’s one of the most beautiful places , to draw money from an ATM. Or exchange money in the exchange office. Peek into every corner you’re allowed to, because the building is gorgeous. Travelers, I came to have lunch to a place called ‘The Bank’. And why is it called ‘The Bank’? Because it was a bank. This building is about 120 years old, and it was formerly Belfast Bank. Nowadays is a bar and restaurant. There’s another restaurant in Dublin similar to this, called ‘The Church’ A former church transformed into a restaurant. And a I asked some locals if they would recommend me going, but they suggested me to come here, because the food is better and so is the ambience. So, and also the location is also better. And so for €10 euros I ordered a sandwich. it is called “The Bank’s Hero Sandwich”, and it’s pretty big, it has fries on the side, and my beer. There’s a piano playing and the place is beautiful and well located. I’m going to taste it, excuse me. I like it, I like it, I like it. Guys I’m going to look for some events because the St. Patrick’s Festival, it’s not only on St. Patrick’s Day, but throughout the weekend as well. There’s music and other events. There’s an amusement park, and a whole lot of activities in the city. There’s not a million activities either. I read in the schedule that at 3pm, a bagpipe band will be playing here in a park, and I want to go see them. I’m excited with the bagpipe music, and it’s free! People were turned on, I was very excited! This beautiful building is Dublin’s City Hall. You can visit for free, it has a gorgeous roundabout where people get married, here you can see the details, it’s spectacular. And downstairs, there’s also a free exhibit that tells all about the city’s history, in a brief and concise manner, and it’s good. I took advantage of this afternoon to go to Dublin’s castle, which is actually a palace. I had brought you here before with Andrea. the Tour guide from dublin.es, but this time I went inside. You can take a tour guided by yourself for €6.50, and €16.50 if you take a guided tour in which besides visiting the regular rooms that you can visit on your own, it includes some others. It’s pretty. If you are touring around Europe, and see other more spectacular palaces, in France or other places Maybe this is not on the same level as the rest, regarding size or interior decoration, but it includes some of the most important rooms for the country. It includes St. Patrick’s Hall, which owes it’s name to the St. Patrick’s order. This is the most important Hall in the country, and where Ireland’s most relevant events take place. To me, Dublin’s castle, is not a place that you can’t miss, if you visit Dublin, but if you stay for about a week here, like I did, do come and see it. especially if you have a special interest in a story. The truth, I liked visiting it. Travelers, I want to take you out in the city at night because with St. Patrick’s celebration throughout the weekend, several of the most iconic buildings in the city are painted green. Well they’re not painted, but rather light up in green. So I’ll stroll and tell you as we go. And here we have Dublin’s City Hall. Dublin’s most famous Fish and Chips are also in green. Theoretically speaking Dublinia’s Tower is also lit up in green but you can hardly see it. Well, yes the green color is pretty present, including the traffic lights, they are also green celebrating St. Patrick’s. Very amazing. Well they are in red sometimes, but then they turn green celebrating St. Patrick’s green, and people can go through. What an advanced city! This is another government building, but apparently the city budget was only enough to light up this column. Bridges also light up in green, take a look. This is another government building called “Four Courts” and it’s dome, which is very famous, is being renovated right now. but the courtyards are green. On my last night in Dublin, I’ll say good bye in a very special way joined by some of my followers with whom I’ve been going out these few days. Let’s say it will be a very Mexican good bye. The Irish love Mexican food, so I’m at Dublin’s most famous taco place. It’s called “El Grito”, and we are going to meet the owners and have some ‘tacos al pastor’. in Ireland. Which is like a little piece of heaven, it’s paradise. Hello, I’m Lucía Arvizu from Celaya, Guanajuato I came here to Ireland seven years ago, and two years ago I met Lupillo, we are from the same city, and together we decided to open up a taco restaurant here in Ireland. Due to the fact that nowadays Mexican food is very famous. I came here two years ago, and I liked this place since the first day. I worked at Irish restaurants, and then had the opportunity to be here. I used to make tacos in Mexico. I love my job, and the Irish have welcomed us nicely, as well as the Mexicans. At the beginning, about 95% of our customers were Mexican Nowadays we can say our customers are 50%- 50% Well, I think that in Ireland there’s not much food variety, and their food is not as delicious as Mexican, plus they feel attracted by our Latin culture Yes, I like it, this is my second time today. Oh really? Yes. What did you have? Yesterday I had ‘burrito al pastor’, or something like that and it was super good. And today we’re trying out the tacos. Look, they are just like the ones back home. they are small, double tortilla They are good! This is always a place where a lot of Mexicans who live in Dublin meet, whether it is because they are studying here or because they have settled here for good. So, say hi Hello! From Guadalajara, Guadalajara Toluca Tampico Mexicali, and everywhere. Ireland is full of Mexicans, and Latin-Americans who add some flavor here. Pastor, no onion. I don’t know if the sauce is hot, it looks delicious. We find everything here in Ireland. Really? Yes, and some products are sent from Mexico by our family members that live over there. My parents have never come here, I’d love for them to come and visit us. My parents own taco restaurants in Celaya. I want to say hi to my parents, my brothers, and the whole ‘Lupillo Taco’ staff. A big hug, I miss you tons. Guys the tacos were amazing, the horchata water was delicious, I don’t usually go to Mexican restaurants when I’m traveling to foreign countries, but I must tell you that this is amazing! It reminded me of my childhood, my origins, my country, everything! Lupillo, Lucía, Diana, thank you! Thank you! Thank you for the “Grito”, ha ha ha I want to say good bye to my friends from Dublin, because Dublin is an amazing city. I stayed here a week, and feel that there’s still much more to see, but these people made it much more special Thank you very much guys! Bye! And some tacos to, to… how do you say it? Cheers to you with some tacos! Good bye Dublin! Good bye Dublin! Ha ha ha ha Next Chapter: It’s the first time I drive on this side of the road. Well this is Kilkenny’s downtown, basically you can travel the whole town walking. Have you ever heard about Kilkenny’s witch? Visit the online Alan X el Mundo store , and discover dozens of articles that will make your trip easier. 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100 comments on “Tacos al Pastor en Dublín! Irlanda 8

  1. Me salio en recomendaciones este video por lo general sigo Vlogs de Mexicanos o latinos en Japón y Extranjeros viviendo en México pero me gusto tu canal Like y Suscrito! Saludos desde Monterrey.

  2. Y también México está lleno de Irlandeses, es una de las comunidades más grandes de extranjeros en el país y también con mayor descendencia, sobre todo en el bajío y en el norte, los St. Patricks se ponen buenos con Irlandeses en la condesa aquí en la CDMX 😀

  3. Me mudo para el sur…. che música fregona!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! yo quiero!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :OOOO :DDDDD

  4. Arriba Celaya Guanajuato pura cajeta yo soy de ahí merito 😍😍😊😊 saludos alan me gustan mucho tus vídeos!!

  5. Se ven bien buenos los tacos : D .. muy bueno el video y la ciudad se ve muy bien… Excelente video Alan. like

  6. Cuando andes por Alemania (mas específicamente en Freiburg) te recomiendo que vayas a la taqueria yepa yepa, se que no vas a lugares donde vendan comida mexicana (igual yo :P) pero de verdad vale la pena!

  7. hasta paisanos salieron los de celaya,, felicidades por que de seguro traes el sazón ,😋😜🙏👍✌

  8. Super bien, excelentes videos, saludo a todos los mexicanos que se encuentran en Dublin y a usted Alan !

  9. los irlandeses aman y cuidan sus monumentos,en cambio en mexico hordas de nacos y corrientes los destruyen

  10. ya he visto todos tus vídeos pero como realmemte me encantan heme aquí a media noche viendo este que no de debí que hambre me ha dado !!

  11. descansando el fin de semana, viendo todos los videos que me hacian falta! … muy entretenidos y llenos de cultura tus videos.

  12. Me dio un "no sé que" cuando mando sus saludos Lupillo. Soy Mexicana estudiando/viviendo en Atlanta y sé oo que es extrañar!:)

  13. Que curioso, justo en unas horas salgo de viaje a Guanajuato, ja, ja, me encantan los tacos de Guanajuato, se me hace agua la boca por comer unos ¡ya! 😀

  14. Felicitaciones a los mexicanos en Irlanda por su restaurante de tacos!!! Qué bueno que los latinos se habrán paso en el mundo!!! Un abrazo desde Argentina!!!

  15. Hola !! Ahora estoy haciendo mi primer viaje sola y siempre sigo tus consejos !! Y aquí en Alemania busque un restaurante mexicano pero no sabia tanto a comida como en nuestro país!

  16. Mexico por el Mundo en su Gran Gastronomia..Simplemente ViVa Mexico Cabrones..Como Mexico no Hay dos👍👍👍

  17. Meda gusto por ustedes yegue aqui mirando bolivianos comiendo disque comida mexicana nada que ver con esto esta si es comida mexicana estoy muy orgulloso de ustedes paisanos yo tambien soy de guenajuato pero vivo en usa saludos

  18. yeah Toluca mi ciudad presente! me encanta que México parte plaza donde quiera que vaya mi gente ! ah como adoro tus vídeos Alan has hecho que planee mi vida en torno años viajes , siempre me ha encantado viajar pero ahora estoy mas enfocada en eso , por lo llevaras en un par de semana nos vamos a la riviera maya y el próximo año a algunos laudes de Europa! gracias por ser mi inspiración !

  19. Hola buenas voy para dublin de vacaciones deporcasualidad tendras algun video drl transporte en dublin si uno quiere tomar bus, metro etc… estuve en londres y se usaba la oystercard pero si m puedes explicar el sistema de transporte le agradezco mucho

  20. Ese wey se me have q es de Monterrey 💪no por lo fuerte se mira medio codo es gratis 2 euros

  21. "Las exposiciones digamos que son de esas que no entiendes mucho…" LMAO! Por eso el arte no es para todos.

  22. Apenas veo este video y Que feliz!! Hasta en aquellas tierras encontraste a un chico de Mexicali, YO SOY DE MEXICALI!!! Que emosion!!! Y los taquitos se me antojaron. Si yo siempre lo he dicho… hay cosas excelentes para ver en Internet.

  23. hola alan saludos desde chihuahua, oye te queria preguntar si de verdad los tacos de ahi estan muy ricos porque le quiero enviar unos a una amiga que esta alla?

  24. Fuimos y la mujer es super mala onda, México no es nada como eso, siendo mexicanos nos sentimos excluidos y rechazados, muy triste

  25. Hola Alan soy de tampico
    Y m gusto tu video vlog esta muy
    Padre la verdad m encanto irlanda
    M encanto facinan los tacos🌮🇲🇽
    Y por hay salio una tampiqueña en
    Tu video k padre, saludos un abrazo hermano👍🇲🇽

  26. Yo estuve en este lugar donde comió los tacos . Si, son buenos los tacos . Sinembargo los dueños no me calleron bien. … yo no se porque la mayoría de mexicanos de la capital o del alrededor nos miran a los que somos de Sinaloa. Sonora, tijuana o chihuahua como si no fuéramos mexicanos … idiotas !

  27. Alan te admiro mucho y sobre todo su trabajo
    Yo tengo ganas de viajar
    Que me recomiendas
    New Zelanda o Irlanda ?

  28. a los irlandeses les gusta la comida mexicana??? a todos nos gusta la comida mexicana!!!!! viva Mexico!!! saludos desde Republica Dominicana.

  29. I started crying when that guy from the restaurant said his parents had never been to his restaurant it hurts my corazon when I see or hear this how far people from mexico have to go to make money and I am a gringo from a very wealthy part of california and raised by a chilanga
    I hate it here I am moving to Mexico soon there is too much hatred and division on this planet. I'm embarresed we look like clowns to any other country in the work.

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