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  1. Upset bulls and hairy Americans in the great push towards the sea

    posted by Guest blogger - Kris Goodbody | 0 Comments

    Upset bulls and hairy Americans in the great push towards the sea

    Jun082010

    The next few days at this celebration of humanity’s more perverse leanings followed the same course with intermittent moments of sleeping and eating. The Bull Run is a story for another time; the amount of emotions crammed into that unforgettable

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  2. Biblical depravity and steep ascents in the ‘foothills’ of the Pyrenees

    posted by Guest blogger - Kris Goodbody | 0 Comments

    Biblical depravity and steep ascents in the ‘foothills’ of the Pyrenees

    Jun042010

    This was a rough leg of the trip, maybe the roughest thing I’ve ever got myself into. The plan was to find our way from San Sebastian to Barcelona.

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  3. Mutant innkeepers and misguided drinking in the land of the Basques

    posted by Guest blogger - Kris Goodbody | 0 Comments

    Mutant innkeepers and misguided drinking in the land of the Basques

    Jun032010

    After contemplating sleeping rough in Gare du Lyon, and the outlook seeming bleak, I decided on one last desperate reconnaissance mission.

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  4. Deep thoughts and mild arachnophobia in the heart of Europe

    posted by Colm Hanratty | 0 Comments

    Deep thoughts and mild arachnophobia in the heart of Europe

    Jun022010

    I have firmly decided that cycling is the finest form of travel there is. It’s the best way to engage with the landscape. Most forms of transport tend to involve looking out a window of a stuffy vehicle cut off from the smells and sensations that

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  5. Randy dogs and rowdy Latvians upon waving goodbye to home

    posted by Guest blogger - Kris Goodbody | 0 Comments

    Randy dogs and rowdy Latvians upon waving goodbye to home

    Jun012010

    The first part of our journey was finding our way up the slightly inclined road outside my house to the N11. All of us were hoping against hope that we’d at least make it round the corner and out of sight before we collapsed in a heap. To our sur

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  6. Broken tissue and nervous beginnings in the Emerald Isle

    posted by Colm Hanratty | 0 Comments

    Broken tissue and nervous beginnings in the Emerald Isle

    May312010

    I hate flying, but I love finding myself in far flung places and I’ll be the first to admit that this is not a winning combination. Sometimes I find myself looking for some sort of underhanded, cunning method to avoid any form of aviation yet sti

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  7. So, a little bit about me...

    posted by Guest blogger - Kris Goodbody | 0 Comments

    So, a little bit about me...

    May282010

    My name is Kris Goodbody and I’m a 22 English literature student heading into my final year of study in University College Dublin. This is after spending an obscene amount of time sauntering through my (supposedly) three year degree.

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  8. Where to eat and drink in Barcelona

    posted by Guest blogger - Kash Bhattacharya | 0 Comments

    Where to eat and drink in Barcelona

    May172010

    Introducing our new guest blogger Kash Bhattacharya, from Europebudgetguide.com, a website that offers you snippets of offers, ideas and inspiration for people looking to travel Europe on a budget. In Kash’s first guest post he tells us about

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  9. The Comeback Kid

    posted by Guest blogger - Elizabeth Holbrook | 0 Comments

    The Comeback Kid

    May042010

    Okay. I’ll admit it. I’ve dropped the ball in this relationship. I’ve been neglectful, selfish, and inconsiderate to you, my wonderful reader(s)-Mom, are you still there?

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  10. Safely back in London following the fun-filled Dublin escapade

    posted by Guest blogger - Gary Davis | 1 Comments

    Safely back in London following the fun-filled Dublin escapade

    Mar222010

    I'm planning a weekend jog to burn off some of the Guinness but it won't be long before I'll sip another pint and compare its quality to the Dublin served version (they say the closer the pint is consumed to the Guinness Storehouse the better the quali

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