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... I signed up for the giant swing and high ropes course. The giant swing essentially was a zip line, expect you sat in it and went much much higher. It was really cool, and I made Julia do it with me even though she's afraid of heights. All of our other friends signed up for the same activities too so it was really fun. We then did the high ropes course. For one part of it, you had to climb up a pole and then once you and your partner was up there, you had to jump out to grab ...
... best hotel and food so far.
Forgot to say I looked up the Casey Crest and Motto. Ferocious in battle and Noisey. My God can the Irish drink though!!! All the men are half ****** and as for their traditional music..........
Tomorrow we come back over from the Island and head back to Dublin to catch the ferry back. We drop off nos 2 rental car and collect nos 1 from the car park we left it in. Hopefully it still has all it's wheels s we head up to Blackpool for the ...
... nightlife, and I learned that old men love me.... Creepy.
I did learn something about what I like. I need personal stories - stories that involve people and what happened to them. In the black taxi tour (this is tour that takes you through both the Protestant and Catholic areas of Belfast(they're separated by a giant wall whose gates are locked every evening, and unlocked every morning by a police officer) when we were told ...
... bus out to our Dublin plane, there were a few other young Irish people on board who were also English teachers in Minsk, Georgia. It occurred to me that a lot of young Irish graduates are now making their livings in far flung places teaching english; the economy in Ireland hasn't enabled them to find work relevant to their degrees. Maybe I was lucky to have graduated in 2001 rather than 2011. We landed ...
... new about the cliffs in the different seasons, but of course they stand strong and seemingly unaltered, although its definite the strong winds take their tolls.
We headed back to Dublin through the Burren, the old Cork Screw road (which is must scarier driving down than driving up), stopping along the way in the old Viking town of Athlone, which had a wonderful charm that will be sure to draw me back again.
We made it back to Dublin and were too tired ...