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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 ...
Since I was a child I have always wanted to go to Africa (not very specific, I know) to work as a medical doctor. Why? I have no idea. I presumed I must have watched a movie or read something inspiring but I honestly can't remember what. To do this I first of all needed to become a doctor. So I did, I got my license in 2012. Obviously there were other reasons for me applying to medschool and clearly I didn't tell anyone on my interview that I secretly wanted to go to Africa to save the ...
... as it was a sheer drop on the other side. From the steep side it looked like a man-made castle wall. There was a path leading further around the headland so we walked as far as possible before it was blocked off due to landslides. At least the wind was less on this side of the headland. We probably walked about 3kms, including the return journey to the carpark.
We drove back into Bushmills to see if we could buy some postcards, but the village was mostly ...
... back into Northern Ireland. Saw a sign to Cavan 95ks- Fr. Brady is there at the moment and it is the town where gggrandfather Matthew Smith came from as a 6 year old in the 1840's. .FDth Saw the pottery process and had it explained by Maeve. Visited the grave of W.B. Yeats under 'bare Ben Bulben' (mountain) in a churchyard. Also took photos of Cunningham and O'Connor graves(for research). Arrived at Sligo Bay at Radisson Blu- nice ...
... is almost wider than the road. Often they are towing a very large trailer or silage making equipment. Farmers must have a thing too about living on one side of the village and having their fields on the other because it’s a favourite thing to drive through the town on your tractor. Two tractors side by side, facing opposite directions while the drivers have a chat is a common sight.
L says you never want to be in a hurry at the supermarket ...