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... up until tonight had not seen any action in this loch that would give us any indication of what it was for. Tonight we saw some action. It looked like a cross between basketball, kayaking and soccer....if that makes sense. I have added some pictures and a video below. It was pretty exciting, our own little World Cup type ...
... sheep is quite upset and bleats continuously. Our little demonstration sheep baas back as if answering, "I'm OK, Pa".
Even though there is an abundance of textiles and woolen articles for sale throughout the country, only a small fraction of the wool goes into this commodity.
(Not a post for the closed minded), so if you have no interest in the spiritual journey, don't bother reading this one and go straight to jail, do not pass GO! do not collect £200! lol! My Host Shivam has twenty years experience in leading Enlightenment Intensives and has helped hundreds of people to discover themselves and embrace life with their own unique energy and style. He has created an array of training programs and adventures over many years at ...
... new rain jacket and it worked! I took shelter under a bus stop for about 10 minutes and then continued on my way. I decided that I was too tired to try anything new today so I went back to the Italian restaurant I liked so much the first time. As a matter of fact I had the same exact items! The food at Tratorria was just a good the second time.
Back to the Hotel
After eating an early dinner, I headed back to the hotel and did ...
Day Four Connemara
Enjoy the spectacular scenery of Connemara, from sandy beaches to rugged mountains and misty peat bogs. We stop at Ireland’s own Holy Mountain and destination of pilgrims, Croagh Patrick. We pay a visit to the National Famine Memorial to learn about a tragic chapter in Ireland’s history. All this fresh air demands a pint ...