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Day 2 Drove to marble arch caves and went on hike within a cave and a short boat ride Drove to donegal and ate at the blueberry café Drove to slieve league which had a murderous sheep we were chased by Gave a ride to a guy named Patrick to donegal who apparently is a tourist that likes to bike ...
Now YEARS later I am about to turn 30 and I realize that my chances of saving the world, lest I'm bitten by a radioactive spider/surviving airplane crash thereby gaining superpowers and the world then is threatened by a super villain, are slim. But there is no better time than now to go to Africa to learn some new skills and absorb the nature and culture. Luckily I happen to be doing locum work in the hospital here in Sligo and in Finland so my schedule is superbly flexible. I ...
... on the ice.
Once on the way, it was only a short drive to the village of Bushmills and the Giants Causeway. We were advised to avoid the Visitors Centre as a tourist trap. So we did. The cold wind was absolutely howling as we walked the 500m to the first section. The rock formations were very interesting - a whole lot of hexagonal columns from an ancient lava field. There was a safety officer nearby who warned us not to climb too high on one of the features. A ...
... volcanic activity. According to them, millions of years ago a volcanic eruption produced a lava flow that cooled quickly from both the top and sides, shaping the lava into hexagonal columns. Now declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, thousands of tourists visit Giant's Causeway each year to marvel at and photograph this naturalwonder.
WILLAIN BUTLER YEATS
Irish poet Willain Butler Yeats chose this ...
... no avoiding this unfortunately. Then we went to see the stone fort; This is either Iron or bronze age: It sits at about the highest point on the cliff edge. Originally it was probably round but much of it has fallen into the sea over the centuries so that now only about half remains. It has a diameter of around 70m. There are 4 concentric walls though the outer two are not round but had at least one right angle corner. The view on such a glorious day was lovely. ...