The Burren Coast Hotel & Holiday Complex
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... real, live cattle wandering around stopping absolutely everything except chewing to look at the intruders (you know, because Angus Kahn over there has so much on his agenda today that we're interrupting). It also comprised of trekking through thick, wet woods, nearly what I imagine a rainforest to look like. Thirdly, we walked on roads (both paved and unpaved, used for tractors and cars, alike).
Along the way, the hilly Burren (area of County Clare thick ...
... a rabbit. Jack followed the dog into a cave. Jack came back with candles and explored the first 200 feet. Later in the 1970's the rest of the cave was explored and then opened to the public in 1992. You get to walk in about a mile into the cave and see the stalagmites and stalagmites as they are growing with the dripping of the rain water. They actually have an underground water fall that is running in the middle of the cave. After the cave there is a Woodcraft center where ...
... 8221; we decide that maybe we should just stick to singing our selection of two travelling songs. At last we make a stop at the a pretty coastal town and grab some lunch. No gift shops in sight – all good so far. We head on to Clifden, where our B&B hostess has told us we should look for the Skydrive road. “It’s just behind de church. Yer can’t miss ut.” OK, so there are ...
... Now before coming to Cork we had envisioned that it would be an awesome city, lots of sights, etc but unfortunately our expectations were broken a little. It is a neat little city but it could easily be seen in a day. After our excursion out we bought some items for dinner and went back to the hostel. There where met Gemma Fottles (and no I am not making her last name up), a young 21 year old from Nottingham (if Robin Hood has sprang into your mind you're thinking ...
... Right Hand – Heart facing out, the wearer’s heart “is open to new experience and relationships” (I personally think that’s a load of hooey and a sugar-coated way of saying the wearer is single)
Right Hand – Heart facing in shows the wearer is courting and their heart is not up for grabs
It’s the left hand that is trickier. The version I heard from our tour guide basically said that the ring on the ...