Monthly Archives: July 2006

The Burren and the Aran Islands

I spent four nights in Doolin, camping at the hostel. My hip was hurting a bit from biking so much, so I mostly just hung out and listened to music. One day I biked around the Burren: the landscape surrounding … Continue reading

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Doolin

I will be spending my second night in Doolin, on the West Coast of Clare. I spent two days biking here. In between, I camped in a farmers field in Tarbert (with permission, of course). In the future, I will … Continue reading

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Killarney

I left Millstreet and the EJC on Monday, and biked toward Killarney with Jessup, and American cyclist, juggler, and diesel mechanic. The weather was great (had been great all week), and the back roads were beautiful. We got plenty of … Continue reading

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Tales from the EJC

The European Juggling Convention is over. The crowd this year peaked at a little more than 2000 people, making it a fairly small EJC (I guess being on an island made it harder for mainland Europeans to get to). For … Continue reading

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Hello from Ireland!

I arrived safely at Shannon, Ireland Friday morning after a smooth, if long, trip. (It takes about 20 minutes to enjoy all of the varied entertainment that the American Airlines terminal of Boston airport has to offer. I was there … Continue reading

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