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... could bite through my leg easily if it wanted to. It's like a bear. They took us out to an awesome hot-dog restaurant. You could order hotdogs with all sorts of combinations! And there was karaoke, which was rather entertaining as it was exceptionally awful. It took me forever to choose a hotdog - but decided on one with cony sauce and onions- which is a chili sauce without beans. In typical British style, I was searching the menu for a hotdog ...
We have learned a great deal about rugby and Gaelic football!!! It is insane here when it comes to these sports.
Today is the all Ireland final between rivals Kerry and Dublin. There are over 82000 people at Croke Park and thousands more in the streets and pubs. It is essentially their Super bowl and we are thrilled to be here for ...
... 10 minutes and they started boarding our flight. We talked to Derek and let him know we would be home at 4:00 instead of 8:45 and made plans to go out for dinner at: The Pub - an English pub at Polaris where they wear kilts and serve English/Scottish beer.
We got to Columbus shortly before 4:00 and called Erin in Chicago. She still had 4 more hours of flying to do. When we were ready to leave ...
... set aside on Friday for us to go to the zoo.
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The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium is a world of adventure that does a world of good. The Zoo is home to more than 9,000 animals representing 650 species from around the globe. Watch a polar bear swim above your head, meet the world famous gorilla family, say "G-Day" to the koalas, ponder the giant pachyderms and be amazed by the manatees. The Zoo provides more than $1 ...
... a great international group of people we were, all have travelled and have some great stories to tell between us. John had solo backpacked throughout the whole continent of Africa - top to bottom when he first left university in the 1980s. You can tell how much the memories still mean to him as his face lights up when he talks about it.
The following day was a very special day for us - we went to meet Rosie! - but you can ...