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... freaks me out since Matt had to read a thorough description of the "curdled and boiled pig blood with chunks of pork fat stuffed in a sausage casing." I thought I was eating some spicy wheat pellet-thing. A "hot Irish breakfast" is the same everywhere, too. It consists of a runny white egg, pork and beans, sausage, mushrooms, cooked tomatoes, and blood pudding.
The countryside was beyond amazing. The pictures do it no justice. Although it's windy and cold, it is 100% ...
We crossed the border from Oregon to Idaho on our way to Boise. We plugged in Boise's 'famous' Basque quarter into our Sat Nav with directions to a Spanish tapas bar, Guernika. The Basque quarter was little more than a museum and a couple of tapas restaurants that were more American in flavour. That said, we had a pretty decent lunch. Boise’s no.1 attraction according to Tripadvisor is the River Greenbelt, a 20 mile stretch of on the banks of the Boise River. We found a ...
... some of the souvenirs to which the girl again is more than happy to help with. Purchases made, we take them to the car and then return to wait for the trolley to arrive. At almost exactly 11:30 the bus shows up with a full load. Heidi and I are confused because the website says that there is only one tour daily, but as we get closer I notice a sign that says that it can be booked for group tours so we make the assumption that this was a special ...
... and desire to reenact the current World Cup matches being played, whiffle ball until the sun goes down, long bike rides led by Ryder and Lola close behind, Paddle Boarding around the lake for time trials, date night for the 4 adults (although we acted like college kids that night), rope swinging off of a ski rope on the fast flowing Boise River (Way to go Owen and Ryder - that was Awesome and Brave), ice cream at ...
... potato that I have been craving since South America. It's not a late night, and we head to Charlie's dad's condo for dessert! The next morning we are up fairly early to go have breakfast at Charlie's Dads' place then go for a hike up on Baldy Mountain. We decide to take the easy hike to the lookout which is only a coupe of miles and a fairly easy hike with an easy incline that overlooks the river and some fabulous looking very expensive houses. It doesn't take us long ...