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How to survive the cold in Ireland

It’s the Irish winter and a long, dark tunnel leads from the snowfields of Galway to the village of Mallow on the west coast of the island.

It’s the coldest part of the year here.

There are nights, it’s said, where the wind blows and the sea freezes over.

It can be very cold.

It also happens to be the first winter in Ireland’s history when it doesn’t get much more miserable than this.

This is the journey that some people make to keep warm during the winter.

They take a caravan or a bike or even a horse and trek for a couple of hours on the frozen riverbank to Mallow, the oldest settlement in Ireland, a town of less than 2,000 people.

It is the kind of journey that, at its most basic level, might be easy enough for anyone to do.

But it is also a perilous journey, with the risk of frostbite, hypothermia and hypothermic shock.

In winter, there are often no roads or bridges.

So even if the journey takes a couple days, the journey can take days or even weeks.

There is no shelter and even if there are roads or a bridge, the roads are seldom safe.

There are no shelters, there is no safety nets and it is very dangerous, according to people who have trekked across this part of Ireland, particularly the older people.

For most of the winter, the only place people can go to get warm is a campfire.

The risk of getting hypothermically shocked or of hypothermis can be even higher in these places, as it can lead to hypothermal shock and death.

The road to Mable is so narrow that people are forced to use a donkey or two to get from one side of the town to the other.

It’s a treacherous journey.

There is no real shelter and it can be dangerous for people who are old, sick or in poor health to cross the river on foot or on horses.

It can also be dangerous if you’re in a hurry and your horse gets sick or you get separated from your companions and need help.

The people of Mable know how dangerous it can get in winter.

In recent years, they have become accustomed to the cold and the danger.

There were a lot of accidents.

A young couple from Co Tipperary had to be rescued after a train ran over them and then hit a cliff.

They were badly injured.

The accident happened in late May.

There were reports of a man getting trapped in a snowbank.

There was also an accident last year.

A caravan of six people was stuck on the side of a cliff and the ice on the road cut their way out.

The woman who found them and got them out of the snow said she saw a man fall from a cliff, but he was too cold to save him.

The snowfall in the mountains is so bad that the weather forecasters have to warn people not to travel near them.

And that’s where it gets very dangerous.

It was reported that this winter, at least, there have been at least 15 accidents on the Mable-Fermanagh road.

There have also been a number of incidents of people losing their lives.

In April, two people died when they got stuck in a landslide in a section of the road, and in May a man died when he fell into a snowdrift.

There’s been a spate of road accidents this winter.

The first of them happened in March.

A car carrying some people on the wrong side of it collided with a car and a car in the opposite lane of traffic, killing the driver.

There has been an increase in road deaths in recent years.

In the last three years, there has been a 30% increase in deaths.

There have been three deaths in one winter in the last five years.

In recent years there have also also been more serious incidents of serious injuries.

A cyclist was killed in February.

In May a driver was seriously injured by a snowmobile in a small village.

A few months ago, a young man fell into an ice trap on the south side of Mably.

It is said to have been one of the most dangerous winter accidents in recent memory.

He died two weeks later.