The Hydro Hotel
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... and flowers. The Burren is an odd and yet stunningly beautiful place.
Our Burren adventure began from Doolin, we drove north along the coast to Ballyvaghn and then inland to The Burren National Park plus a few stops along the way, We had a bit of a taste of the Burren while on the "beach" at Doolin. This taste became a full meal as we drove along the coast. For large stretches, we were blown away for the shear beauty of this region. As we made our ...
... we still hadn't eaten dinner. We got dressed and headed downstairs to see what would be open. Martina gave us the names of a few pubs down the street that might still have food. Sadly, it being a Sunday night, many had closed up shop a little early, and we ended up at the Chinese restaurant for dinner. It was surprisingly good for Chinese in a small town, in Ireland, at 10 pm, but we were voracious by then - that may have had something to do with it. We then went across ...
... sticks. The players can hold the ball (sliotar) for up to four steps then they must bounce it off their stick (hurley) or kick it up with their foot. To pass/shoot they must slap the sliotar with an open hand or hit it with their hurley. Contact is allowed and encouraged making it a very brutal sport. As of a few year ago, helmets are now required at all age levels. To score the sliotar must go into the goal for 3 points or go above the goal and through ...
... I said starting to laugh. “We can’t use that. It’s peroxide solution. We need saline solution!”
“You mean we still don’t have any contact solution.” She said.
“I’m afraid not.” I said.
“You gotta be flipping kidding me!” She said. .
“Well, let’s just pop back over to the pharmacy?” I said. We both started laughing in spite of ourselves. ...
... and if it turned out we didn't get along we could always go our separate ways. So it was agreed. We'd been talking all day and had for the past couple of days, he's a cool guy, despite being Victorian. He's just spent the last six months in Canada working a ski resort and decided to come over to Europe before going home.
Riding back along the low road took longer than I thought, and by now the sun had come out and was beating down. Luckily I had the forethought to wear ...