INTERNATIONAL AIR BAHAMA Crew Friendship Site
AIR BAHAMA HISTORY BY FRED COX CREW FRIENDSHIP REUNION WEBSITE FIRST PUBLISHED JULY 16, 2000
REUNIONS
Greetings & Cead Mile Failte to Dublin from Air Bahama Crew Reunion in Ireland July 2007! Air Bahama Cultural Elite uniting in Dublin Ireland! The Dublin Tour went on for days and days on, not to talk about the wonderful nights at Gogarty´s! See you soon again at next Air Bahama reunion in Luxembourg September 2008! Hosted by Georgette Kohn Frisch! Enjoy Dublin photos and travel logs by Georgette and Olive!



Dublin Castle

An Caighdeán
Oifigiúil

Nat´l Museum
of Ireland

Guiness Brewery


The wonderful drivers
guiding the Dublin Tour
sightseeingbuses!


QUE: What does the "O"
in Irish names stand for?

ANS: O'Neil - "son of Neil."

Lismore Toasting Flutes
Waterford Crystal

Mythology at
Dublin´s doorstep


President Mary Robinson
cherishing the
Irish Diaspora




Air Bahama Reunions!
Sometimes 89 attendants,
sometimes 13 .....
always magical encounters!

Standing left to right: Mia, Uffe, Georgette,
Betty Bamberg & Elisabeth.
Sitting left to right:
Olive, Liliane, Anne, Gary & Mia´s
sister Jane!

Air Bahama Reunion Dinner



Destination Dublin
by Olive Rolle Schneider


Top row: Elisabeth, Olive, Mia, Betty
Kunziger & Anne.
In yellow top Georgette´s
daughter Danielle, Liliane
in black top and in front
Betty Bamberg


Reunion dinner at the
Royal Dublin Best Western Hotel!
The writer´s museum
of Dublin



Excursion to Bray seaside south of
Dublin. Uffe, Ollie, Lil, Betty K,
Elisabeth, Betty B, Danielle and
Georgette


Air Bahama Ireland
by Danielle


Girl´s Night Out
at Flanagan´s Restaurant
at O´Connell Street!

Christ Church Cathedral,
Dublin


Irish names
Mac Dara - (mahk-DAH-ra)
Old Irish=mac
"son" + dara "oak"
= "son of the oak."

Dublin Landmarks


Oscar Wilde citations
- Ernest, you are quite delightful, but your views are terribly unsound.
I am afraid you have been listening to the conversation of someone
older than yourself. That is always a dangerous thing to do, and if
you allow it to degenerate to a habit, you will find it absolutely
fatal to any intellectual development.
- Ernest. But what is the difference between literature and journalism?
Gilbert. Oh! journalism is unreadable, and literature is not read. That is all.

Wilde, Oscar. “The Critic as Artist.”
The Artist as Critic: Critical Writings of Oscar Wilde.
Ed. Richard Ellmann. Chicago: U of Chicago P, 1982. 340-408.

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