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Cave Hill, Belfast

Cave Hill, or Cavehill, is a basaltic hill overlooking the city of Belfast. It forms part of the southeastern border of the Antrim Plateau. It is distinguished by its famous ‘Napoleon’s Nose’, a basaltic outcrop which resembles the profile of the famous emperor Napoleon. 115 more words

Irish History

Day 7: Afternoon Delight

Saturday, July 17, 2010 Go Time! Now that our entire wine touring group was all together in Penticton it was time to get serious about wine. 672 more words


The Sea

The sea is calm tonight
Caressing the shore line
Sending shivers along the shingle
Scent of seaweed fills the air
Sound of waves on pebbles… 55 more words


Paying My Dues: Preserving the Trail for Future Hikers

As alluded to in a previous post, I got an early start in the woods, more specifically in earthworks—working with cinder blocks, logs, rocks, and sod—building dams, forts, and trails. 612 more words


Iubeo te valere, Isle of Man

Iubeo te valere I bid you farewell, Isle of Man. We are off to Glasgow to study Gawain and the Green Knight, and Beowulf. 

But first! 205 more words


Interview: Rapture (LA Hardcore)

Rapture is a young hardcore band from Los Angeles, CA. Earlier this year On The Attack Records released the band’s debut EP Trials, and work has already begun work on a follow up release. 2,015 more words


CORON: Akyat Sa Mt. Tapyas

*Reblogged from http://angelsalvogomez.blogspot.com/2012/08/coron-akyat-sa-mt-tapyas.html

Bilang unang adventure sa Coron, inakyat namin ang 700 steps ng Mt. Tapyas. Sa totoo lang I have been dreading this part of the trip ever since sinabi sa akin. 535 more words