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Day 2 Drove to marble arch caves and went on hike within a cave and a short boat ride Drove to donegal and ate at the blueberry café Drove to slieve league which had a murderous sheep we were chased by Gave a ride to a guy named Patrick to donegal who apparently is a tourist that likes to bike ...
Now YEARS later I am about to turn 30 and I realize that my chances of saving the world, lest I'm bitten by a radioactive spider/surviving airplane crash thereby gaining superpowers and the world then is threatened by a super villain, are slim. But there is no better time than now to go to Africa to learn some new skills and absorb the nature and culture. Luckily I happen to be doing locum work in the hospital here in Sligo and in Finland so my schedule is superbly flexible. I ...
We arrived in Dublin at night, tired and ready for a day of relaxing. I was hoping to see a bit of the countryside, as our destination was 2 hours west of Dublin, but it was too dark to see anything. That didn't stop me from getting my fill of beautiful Irish countryside, as we got to do a bit of driving around during our time there. The following day, we just got to relax and basically do nothing, something long needed after 12 weeks of constant "doing".
Maggie and I got our ...
... is its name, Pollnagollum cave, L thinks she’s got that right, I wouldn’t count on it.
The cave we did visit was Marble Arch Cave, not that there is any marble in it, it’s just that some of the first people to see it thought the stalagmites were marble not calcite. In this cave we had a long walk, 1.5k’s and a short boat ride along the river that flows through it. It’s not crowded with formations but does have some very ...
... side stories that Barry had in his repertoire. We are especially interested in the “unauthorized” burials during the cholera epidemic in the 19th century and its influence on a young Bram Stoker. This is definitely one of the most memorable parts of our trip.
We made our way to O’Connell Street to search out Hargadons Pub. I go with a classic this time, Bangers & Mash. Angie ...