The Greenbrier Inn
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... language, sights, Australia, Ireland...and Bochum in Germany. Kai (not the Kai in the family I am talking about - Hello! by the way - but the circus Kai!) - I LEARNT HOW TO PRONOUNCE BOCHUM AND PEOPLE UNDERSTAND ME! German people understand me anyway...everyone else thinks I am sneezing.
I talked to these guys....oh yeah! I forgot...I did handstands on the edge too...which I would show you, but I am waiting for an email from ...
... hour and a half long. We picked up our rental car and headed into Dublin city, without a map, we had screen shots on our phone of where the hotel was, after driving around for a bit and Sam getting flustered, we pulled into a servo and bought a map, turns out we were pretty close to the hotel, but there are lots of one way streets.
We finally got to the hotel at around 8pm, we decided to stay above a pub so that we could have dinner and a couple of drinks ...
... the next day. You guessed it – he finished that afternoon, after the receptionist at the course took pity on the poor, wet Aussie and allowed him to continue. It really is a wonder that he didn’t come down with man flu after being out there but it all ended happily. Steve played one of the most challenging courses he is ever likely to encounter and learned about playing in really tough weather conditions. (eg: One must wear complete wet weather gear when playing in ...
... in Newgrange last weekend. The room in which I stayed had three bunk beds (our room was the epitome of cultural diversity with two Asian students, one Canadian, one Norwegian, two Australians, and two Americans). A hostel stay at its finest, I'd say.
Sunday -- Cliffs of Moher. (I felt like I was in one of those PBS travel programs where they show a helicopter view of a coastline and then ask for some type of donation/money for a ...
... Finn. Legend has it that if Ireland is ever under threat again, the sleeping giant shall awaken to come to the rescue.
So today the geologist in me went mad. The Burren is a limestone landscape with many grikes and clints. Mainly flat lying with a dip/dip direction of about 05/180 at a guess (I could not accurately measure without equipment). The limestone can be up to 200cm thick in some places with interspersed layers of silt up to 20cm thick. For those ...