5 Original Valentine's Activities That Don't Involve Crowded Restaurants
Because other people are the worst, and you guys? You're the best.
Want to profess your love for each other without being able to hear every word the couple beside you are saying?
Forget the crowded wining and dining of Valentine's Day this year, and do something a little bit different.
Here are five inventive things you can do together over the coming days, without following the crowd...
Monday 15 February, €10/€5
The couple that stretches together stays together, isn't that how the saying goes?! This yoga class encourages females to bring a male friend along, so grab the boyf and do some downward dogs!
This is semi-fundraising challenge is in aid of Movember’s men’s health programmes and initiatives with the Irish Cancer Society. Unbelievable scenes!
An Evening With Dusty Limits: Anti Valentine's Special
Saturday 13 February, €10.30
Perfect if your other half views Valentine's Day with a bit of cynicism... Dusty Limits is a modern cabaret performer with a difference.
Mexican Cooking Class
Monday 15 February, €29
Looking to spice things up? You're in luck...
At Cafe Azteca's cooking class you'll learn how to make fresh corn tortillas, sopes, quesadillas, guacamole and pico de gallo salsa and loads more. This is a two hour course that also includes lunch and dinner - both of which promise to to delish!
So have a few laughs with bae as you learn the art of Mexican cooking, and enjoy a cheeky tipple or two.
Fleetwood Mac - I See Your Gypsy
Friday 12 February, €12
What could possibly be more romantic than dancing to Fleetwood Mac all night long with your special friend? Not much, my friends, not much...
Creative Afternoon Tea In Wire Jewellery Making
Sunday 14 February, €69.35
Afternoon tea, with a complimentary glass of vino aaaaand you can make both make jewellery for each other during the workshop?! Valley's Day goals!
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