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 ...
... with me in my dorm back in Cork. He's a really open, friendly guy who will talk to anyone and everyone. It always seems as if it comes effortless to him to engage people in a conversation. Back in Cork we crossed paths a few times and talked some, mostly that one night I went to the hostel's pub with Beth. Mike left a day earlier than me. As I was walking down to the common area today I actually saw Mike sitting there. So we went from sharing a room in ...
... Mountains in what is popularly known as 'Yeats Country’. We stopped for lunch at Sligo in a nice little pub recommended by a local and got chatting with some of the friendly guys at the bar, although the hard part was understanding what they were saying! They recommended we check out the countryside near Louisburgh, so we headed back to the car and drove out in that direction.
... It makes you never want to leave.
After a day full of travel we decided to rest up a little before we bar hopped. In Galway, in order to have hot water, you must pump the tank. So, with four girls needing to shower within say an hour it was inevitable that someone was going to have a cold shower. Well, Danielle got the short end of the deal and had to jump out of the shower with shampoo in her hair and wait for more hot water. #thingsiwontmissabouteurope. The first stop on ...