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Ireland has given me the opportunity
to discover a new passion that needs a lot of concentration and technique. This
passion is called Archery. Wells House and Gardens has a fabulous 3D archery
course, the only one in Ireland. The course is a little woodland walk that
contains 18 targets with animal shapes like tigers, bears, deer, crocodile,
heir, warthog and owl. It takes around one ...
... which was just incredible. We saw a lot of beautiful and diverse things. It had a Fanfare who played tradition Irish music. Seriously, we passed an amazing moment. Then, we want at the River Bar where we had the occasion to listen a really good singer. We ask him to play some Mumford and Sons (a Canadian music band) and he played “I will wait” and “Wagon Wheel”. It was incredible. We also met some Canadian from Toronto in this bar. After ...
... harvesting. The day ends at 6.00 p.m. and then I go on Internet to write emails and so on. Usually, we eat around 8.00 p.m., which is quite late for me but I got used to it. After the dinner, I have to help with washing the dishes then I go back to my mobile to meet my best friend, the wood stove!
Next week I'll go to the pub with my family and other WWOOFers, stay tuned!
... 8217;m not scientist or anything but virtually all of the conspiracy theories have been debunked by real scientists who were able to show real scientific proof of what happened. But the more obvious proof is that the Bush administration couldn’t even find a way to dig up some fake weapons of mass destruction. Pulling off a hoax of that complexity is out of the question.
The men were joined by two women (that seems to be a theme), one who was slightly round with most of ...
... was very upset that he couldn’t climb it this trip. We promised him there would be future opportunities to climb Lugnaquilla!
The names Wicklow and Wicklows have become a joke with our family and Jim and Oonagh. We call the mountain range by its name with an “s” added; for example, we live in the Rockies. This sounds utterly ridiculous to Irish ears, so we have become the “Colorados” to Jim ...