Ancient Stones Of The Emerald IsleJulia Flynn
After squishing through miles of bog--a mixture of water, peat, plants, and sheep droppings--we seemed to be making little progress. That morning, we had set out for Cuch lainn's House, a prehistoric burial site on a desolate ridge overlooking Ireland's Dingle peninsula. Four hours later, the site was nowhere to be seen. Our conviction was growing that no pile of rocks, however ancient, could match the pleasure of sipping Guinness in a warm pub.
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