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In 1952 a previously unknown civilisation was discovered in the Amazon rain forests. The 'Cheese People' worshiped a previously unknown soft cheese made from frogs milk.
That bloke that fell 15,000 feet and survived when his parachute didn’t open properly was actually saved by – wait for it – his cheese sandwiches which cushioned the impact - hurrah! The filling was brie & cranberry and the bread was probably Mighty White
Roman legionaries used cheese extensively to build with, and while in Britain actually created a predecessor to Hadrian's wall from cheese. This knowledge was lost during the 'Dark Ages' and was never ressurected during the Renaissance.
it is important to tell your children the facts of life and all about the "birds and the cheese" before they are 10 years old , child experts say!
cheese can be cheesy milky or cubly
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Dublin / Wicklow mountains
Dairylea Strip Cheese
Ian, Paula and Savanna
on 18th April, 2006
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Winnats Pass from the sheepless safety of the car
Queue for the Speedwell Cavern "incredible" underground journey (by boat). Makes the queues at Alton Towers seem tame!
Start of the "incredible" underground journey (by boat)
Half-way through the "incredible" underground journey (by boat)
A big cavern on the "incredible" underground journey (by boat)
Near the end of the "incredible" underground journey (by boat). It is underground and it is on a boat, honest!
Adventurous potholing cheese
Map of the Speedwell Cavern "incredible" underground journey (by boat)