All in all, it was a typical Ryanair flight. Boarding was civilised due to seat allocation. It was a pity that airlines still permit passengers on board that are already so drunk at 7 o'clock in the morning, that they can barely mount the stairs up to the aircraft. Of course, to make matters worse, these passengers are then served alcohol on board throughout the flight, getting noisier and smellier all the time. On a three and a half hour flight that's no fun at all (except for the drunkards).
Even without a large, extended family of drunken Dubs on board, one would imagine the aircraft's toilets to be well-used during such a long flight. On our flight, it didn't help at all that one of the two rear toilets could not be used because staff stored large, filled refuse sacks in it. The queue of people desperate for the toilet was extensive throughout the flight.