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Posts from the ‘Travel’ Category

Queen of the Stone Age

In the stygian darkness of her stone tomb, Maebh slumbers in state. On her head is a crown, in her hands a sword, and at her feet, her war chariot. In Ireland, a country awash with history and legend, there is always more to discover.

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Street Art: Murals of Isla Mujeres

One of Isla Mujeres island's many charms is that many of its buildings are covered by beautiful murals, and each street corner reveals new artistic vistas.

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Crashed Ice Ottawa 2017

Velocity enthusiasts rocket themselves down an ice rollercoaster during the Red Bull Ice Cross Downhill World Championship in Ottawa.

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King Canute and the Eternal Laws of Atmospheric Thermodynamics

As we watch our fragile sea-barriers swamped by ceaseless and increasingly powerful waves, we must learn the limits of our power over nature.

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Betting Would Be Easy If You Knew The Future

In which a traveler from the not-so-distant future tells us a sports result.

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Wild Atlantic Way: Connemara and the Sky Road

Wild Atlantic Way: The spectacular Connemara region has a tremendous bleak beauty that leaves a real impression.

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Wild Atlantic Way: Ring of Kerry, Skelligs, and Valentia Island

Exploring the famous Ring of Kerry in south-west Ireland.

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Lakes of Killarney

Killarney Lakes area is more than just a great base to explore some of Ireland's more famous scenery - it is a wonderful vacation spot of its own.

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A Connemara Love Story

Boy meets girl: A Connemara love story, with a castle and cathedral.

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“Cinco de Mayo: Fury Road” in Puebla

You know you are in for one hell of a Cinco de Mayo parade when you see a giant fort roll slowly by, bellowing smoke from explosions and throwing the bodies of soldiers and horses into the air.

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