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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 ...
... the time off, no bother. Said and done; with absolutely no time to spare I booked my trip to Tanzania. I will be doing medical volunteer work for 5 weeks with International Volunteer HeadQuarter, IVHQ.
I am childishly excited about this and equally freaked out that I will mess things up royally and be the most stupid person to ever set foot in Arusha. An achievement in it self I suppose. Anyways, join me in my adventure on the blog or on Twitter (msJoCed)
Keely was first up and out the door (into the cold) to make a snowman. About half of the snow had melted or turned to ice but she still clumped together some snow, stuck in cherry tomatoes for the eyes and a carrot piece for the nose. Of course she named it 'Olaf' after the snowman from the Disney movie Frozen. We had a nice self-made breakfast and then loaded Reddy Eddie to go to the Giants Causeway. It was a careful slow drive out of the driveway to make sure we ...
The camp site we stayed in was ON the border - the Irish Free State/the Republic of Ireland was over the fence.
Drove to the city of Londonderry. Originally called Derry, the city only became Londonderry when the London Livery companies set up branches there on the 1800s.
So much history here. Walked along the walls, looking at canons, including Roaring Meg, used in the Siege of Derry in 1689. The story of ...
... the views in most directions are made hazy by the amount of cloud. I get to the top (520m of ascent) in just under 2 hours, having met a few people going back down on my way up. After a short break on top, it's back by the same route. There are a lot more people coming up now and by the time I'm back, I must have seen well over 50 in total - a popular mountain. Just before getting back to the car park, I slip over and land in the goo. ...