Shopping is a national pastime and is impossible not to find a store in which thousands of HK dollars and thousand more in US $ can be spent. All hotels and office buildings have built in shopping malls and not just average stores like the Gap […]
For approximately the last 20 years Ireland has had a boom economy rightly called the Celtic Tiger. Driving from county to county, you can see the results of this two-decade windfall, new houses, shiny cars, and public works projects in just about every large and mid-size […]
Funny thing about Ireland are what it calls driving. Now, I am no expert but going 100km (70 mph) down windy country roads around hairpin turns on 2-lane roads no larger than a golf cart path may seen normal to the Irish, but I am American, […]
They should really call these the suicide cliffs or the edges of death. While the cliffs are considered a national monument and have a quasi entry fee, little is done to ensure the safety of the voyers. To mark my point, as you make your way […]
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