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... onions - but in the USA, hot dogs are not served with fried onions, it's raw onions, so I went with the cony sauce. It was really good. Adam and Diane drove us around the city for a mini-guided tour and showed us the art district and the sites of Columbus. It was a really nice evening and was fun to see good friends. We had always talked of visiting, so it was great that we finally, although briefly, got to see Columbus and their lovely home and puppy ...
We have learned a great deal about rugby and Gaelic football!!! It is insane here when it comes to these sports.
Today is the all Ireland final between rivals Kerry and Dublin. There are over 82000 people at Croke Park and thousands more in the streets and pubs. It is essentially their Super bowl and we are thrilled to be here for ...
... noon flight to get on board until our plane was full. We left about 40 minutes late but we were the lucky ones. After we were in the air we found out from the United website that our flight was cancelled and later found out there was engine trouble. We assumes they tried to get some of the rest of our flight on Erin's flight to Chicago as her flight left an hour late leaving her only an hour and a half to ...
... He told us when he first got involved, he was surprised to discover none of the existing members had ever been to Africa and had never seen the African animals in their natural habitat.
Well this is clearly where John's experience and knowledge from his days backpacking across Africa was invaluable and he set about helping to improve the environment for the zoo's African animals.
Learning all this made us quite excited about what he had in store for us and the ...
... going to have to raise our budget a bit we think.
We had a wonderful evening on Thursday with some of John & Maryline's friends; Judy & Don. Bryan had met Don previously as he was the man whom had had to drop out of the Channel Swim Relay. Then we were joined another friend of theirs - Ian. John pointed out something really interesting; he was the only American at the table! Judy & Don are Canadian, Ian is from New Zealand and Maryline was born in ...