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... single inch. It was like a medieval feedlot. We rented bikes and toured around the island first visiting a shipwrecked boat and then biking to the opposite side of the island to what we supposed to be a cove for seals we saw some in the water...maybe...I mean I think the little black dots were seals. Just like the Irish roads the bike paths were narrow, windy, surrounded by stone fences and ...
... this cloud creep closer and closer, but we must take refuge. We hurriedly race back to the shelter of the visitor center, light drops begin to fall as we near safety. Once inside, the clouds burst forth a torrent of water. It passes quickly and in the mean time the girls shop in the gift shop and the boys take the kids for ice cream cones, perfect for this weather right?
Back out on the Cliffs, it's amazingly clear, thanks to the brief storm. There's even patches ...
... can say both Rors and my bag got used. Oh and the man from earlier was a very nice shade of green.
After a harrowing trip we arrive at the Island.
Sign number 7 - still low tide and the gangplank is almost vertical to get off the boat to the pier. Thoughts running through my mind are I can't stay on the boat ( as I will be sick) and I can't get off. I look ahead and someone had bought 2 dogs to the island ( more stupid people) and this dog did not want ...
... the French were to attack England it would be via Ireland and so many towers line the irish coast today. The area we are in was technically a village as 3 houses = a village and here there were about 8. The name of the village translated to place between two mountains and so the farmhouse was sort of in a valley. We only ever walked for a few minutes at a time with the guide stopping to make sure everyone was keeping up and to tell us more about his home. Our walk went for about an ...
... Yum, what is that? Well I'm not convinced it's anything but a laugh on tourists, because I can think of any number of more appetizing things for breakfast than oysters and stout (Guinness). It's disgusting, that's what that is. That being said, I think Calgary is missing a huge opportunity here not to promote prairie oysters and a Caeser as their own little breakfast of champions. Now is the time what with the 100 year anniversary of the Stampede and all. It would ...