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... could bite through my leg easily if it wanted to. It's like a bear. They took us out to an awesome hot-dog restaurant. You could order hotdogs with all sorts of combinations! And there was karaoke, which was rather entertaining as it was exceptionally awful. It took me forever to choose a hotdog - but decided on one with cony sauce and onions- which is a chili sauce without beans. In typical British style, I was searching the menu for a hotdog ...
We have learned a great deal about rugby and Gaelic football!!! It is insane here when it comes to these sports.
Today is the all Ireland final between rivals Kerry and Dublin. There are over 82000 people at Croke Park and thousands more in the streets and pubs. It is essentially their Super bowl and we are thrilled to be here for ...
... we called Derek to let him know we would be at Polaris soon. He beat us there and was sitting at the bar when we arrived. For supper I got shepherd's pie, Derek had fish and chips and Larry got the pot roast. Derek came to the house for a while and we watched Rick Steves Scotland and then an episode of Vicious - classic British humor with Ian McKellan and Derek Jacobi. Derek went home and we went to bed.
... He told us when he first got involved, he was surprised to discover none of the existing members had ever been to Africa and had never seen the African animals in their natural habitat.
Well this is clearly where John's experience and knowledge from his days backpacking across Africa was invaluable and he set about helping to improve the environment for the zoo's African animals.
Learning all this made us quite excited about what he had in store for us and the ...
... match' in Columbus. This is where the Football Managers are finalising their A & B teams and about 90 players will get cut down to about 50. John had managed to get some tickets and so we would see our first American Football game :-)
Although not a full game as the managers were looking for key specific positions and they had to repeat certain parts of the game, The stadium was packed to about 75% (it holds 106,000 people!) A lot of people all turned out ...