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The B and B run by Bob is how would you say in English - "just fantastic" great food/location/atmosphere/etc.
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Today started out again with breakfast at the B&B in Dublin. Sam got the traditional Irish breakfast, while Matt enjoyed the poached eggs that Sam got the day before. After packing up and stuffing the rental car with the luggage, we set off for the costal highway. Second attempt at driving in Ireland went very well. Matt caught on quickly even when trying to keep his cool with the iPhone and map issues trying to get ourselves out ...
... Portrush Golf Club which afforded us a short walk back to the hotel and a chance to check out the club house and the first hole. Royal Portrush Golf Club is home for Darren Clark and Graeme McDowell, two well known Irish golfers. Rory Mcllroy set the current course record of 61 when he was a mere 16 years old! Talked to one of the golf shop pros who noticed my Bandon Dunes logo jacket and asked, "Is it as good a they say it is?" I replied "No. It's ...
We woke up at 6am this morning to head up into Northern Ireland in our little Marshmallow, on the trail of the Game of Thrones filming locations and the Giant’s Causeway. For some reason I was anticipating a proper border crossing going into Northern Ireland, but of course there wasn’t one; simply a welcoming sign and a change in the road signs so that it looked like we had materialised back home. The landscape was green and pretty. We could have ...
... adventure. Terrain along the course was a mix of nearly everything imaginable: grassy plains, sandy beaches, paved pathways, rocky shores, stone staircases and cliff-line paths. Every turn presented itself as more beautiful than the last, and we found ourselves laughing in amazement at the beauty of it all. As a fellow runner noted, this race was really a 50k photo shoot. Along the 31 mile course, ...
... in their 20s, of ever meeting men. Possibly being out here in the sticks hasn't exactly helped their thinking. For me, this place seems perfect, though. Stuff the campsite, I'm staying-much better location to come back to after a run in Ballymena. None of the hangover part was great preparation for tonight's 5 mile race, but it went well. I plan to write up my races separately, but finally I have a 5 mile pb which is like my marathon one-it starts ...