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Yesterday evening Bob and I and Jim and Jill had dinner at Route 66 after walking around Limerick. * beautiful swans on the Shannon River * low tide - difference of 5 metres * photographed King John's Castle * walked to St Mary's Cathedral Anglican - burial crypts in the side of the church * passed the Hunt Museum High school students wear uniforms …
Woke up again at 8:30am in order to go downstairs & have another Irish breakfast. John, the B&B owner greeted us & happily served us our breakfast. He even talked me into a bowl of Rice Krispies, which I hadn't had in years & yes, they still snap, crackle & pop! The breakfast room was quite hoping with guests coming & going …
Day 2 Drove to marble arch caves and went on hike within a cave and a short boat ride Drove to donegal and ate at the blueberry café Drove to slieve league which had a murderous sheep we were chased by Gave a ride to a guy named Patrick to donegal who apparently is a tourist that likes to bike ...
Now YEARS later I am about to turn 30 and I realize that my chances of saving the world, lest I'm bitten by a radioactive spider/surviving airplane crash thereby gaining superpowers and the world then is threatened by a super villain, are slim. But there is no better time than now to go to Africa to learn some new skills and absorb the nature and culture. Luckily I happen to be doing locum work in the hospital here in Sligo and in Finland so my schedule is superbly flexible. I ...
... Centre. At this point we set off without the GPS's help into the Burren itself. Vivian navigated us on a route that Tom had mapped out on Google Maps. It t took us past castles and ruins of churches into a small corner of the Burren. It is a rocky region of about 10 square miles that was scraped down to the limestone by glaciers about 10,000 years ago. It looks more like a moonscape than part of green Ireland. In the 1650s, one of Cromwell's men described it as ...