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Ireland: The Land Where Guinness Flows and Nature Glows

I have not posted in a while and so I feel I should fill you in on where I have been and why I have been there. 733 more words

Santa Anita selections for Saturday, April 19

FIRST RACE: 1. Timeless Indy, 2. Valley Cat, 3. Half Strike. LONG SHOT: Harlington Night.

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SECOND RACE: 1. Valdirone (best bet), 2. Boozer, 3. Back to Bako. 185 more words

Horse Racing

The Giant's Causeway, Northern Ireland

It is hardly possible to visit one of the biggest tourist attractions of the Irish Island completely alone. Even on weekdays, the place is crowded with people from all over the world. 26 more words

Photography

Socks and Roll

After stepping up our distance to 36km for the last couple of weeks, my training partner Leanne and I opted for the ‘shit or bust’ approach and decided to tackle 50km this week. 901 more words

Leprechauns, pots of gold and pints of beer: Ireland

Finally, I only have to rewind to last weekend to catch up on my last trip–Ireland, aka The Weekend Of Getting Up Balls Early. Thankfully, there were no flight mishaps this time around. 1,417 more words

Travel

Northern Ireland: Giant's Causeway

After the bridge, lunch, and cute ponies,  we continued on to another National Trust site, the Giant’s Causeway. Wayne told us some of the history and mythology associated with the geological phenomenon along the short drive to the site. 725 more words

Public History

Visiting the Homeland

Two weeks ago, instead of traveling to Russia, I went solo on a trip to the Homeland, aka Ireland, and it was the most amazing experience ever. 2,672 more words

Recap