The g Hotel Galway
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... 8211; we were up on top of the highest view around looking down at some houses that lived right in the middle of it all, my God, I cant imagine how people live here, with heaven in your backyard. We continued driving on an endless road it felt like, all the signs were in irish “feck, how can I tell where to go its not in English!” said susan, we were mighty lost but we were ok and alive, and roaming around the beautiful countryside in Connemara. Heaven on earth ...
... these impossible looking hills, were now in such decay and disrepair that many appeared as no more than thin green lines, and they did little to keep the sheep on one side or the other. With every step the view was that much better, until finally we reached the top carpark and lookouts. From here, we were finally able to see the magnificent cliffs. Form here we started to follow a hiking trail which leads up into the mountains high above; however, despite our insatiable ...
... their colleagues that may be able to help. Additionally, they invited me to their institutions to look at their material, and offered to send papers or manuscripts they had that might aid my research. The most helpful connections were the German from the University of Bonn, where the Neandertal is housed and was originally described by Hermann Schauffhausen (so I need to see his papers there), he offered to show me the skull ...
... narrow lane that was so tight we had to fold in the car mirrors. Glad Martin was driving - yet again. Friday had us driving the Ring of Kerry. What amazing scenery! one can easily understand why they call it The Emerald Isle here. It was mostly farming land with fields separated by low stone walls making the vista quite a patchwork. Things changed as went higher up into the hills as we went through the pass that brought us to our first view of the Atlantic Ocean. ...
I'm in a land that can't really be real.
When I was 12, I read a book called "Jim and Wally", and I fell in love. It wasn't with anyone in the story. It was with a place. The book is part of a series about a girl named Norah, and in "Jim and Wally" she travels to England with her brother (Jim) and his best friend (Wally) so they can enlist in the British Army and go and fight the huns in France. As happened to many boys in WW1, they get ...