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 ...
... day Saturday, when I went to visit the place of my dreams.
After the Cliffs of Moher, the tour continued onto what was supposed to be another magical place; the secluded Aran Islands. We were due to visit the smallest of the three islands: Inis Oirr (Inisheer) Island with a population of 252 inhabitants. The Aran Islands are about a forty-five minute boat ride from Doolin, County Clare, and are, apart from ...
... was my birthday we decided to get dressed up and see what the pubs were like. Galway being known for its party scene and good Irish pubs, we managed to find a few good ones. Talked to a few locals about where was nice and what was a good place to go we ended up at a nice little one where we met a Boxing Champion. Little did we know he was but he seemed like a nice bloke and he offered for us to stay at his place in Sligo. Unfortunately we're not planning on goin up that way but it was ...
... signatures to expel the Israeli ambassador from Ireland. He said I could still sign despite being an American, so naturally, I signed it. I saw his display by the two large flags waving behind him: one Irish and the other Palestinian. I enjoyed seeing my ethnic backgrounds displayed in unity. The Irish definitely identify with the Palestinians, seeing a similar struggle of fighting against an unwanted occupation.