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Dinner in the Eco Bus at Vantastival
Ireland

A pano I shot (with permission of those in the picture) inside the "Eco Bus" at the Vantastival earlier this year.

Copyright: Florian Knorn
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Tags: ireland; fastival; vantastival; eco bus; bus; food; lunch
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