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Arriving into Belfast airport Dan was waiting and we did a pit stop at his apartment, before setting off for the Mourne Mountains. We drove through Newcastle and then stopped at a small car park. From here we followed a track heading down the valley. We reached a saddle where we enjoyed some lunch with a spectacular view of the surrounding mountains and the large reservoir below.
... called them 'riflers' but I'm not certain. The gave no allegiance to Scotland or England but were loyal to family and clan and each side encouraged them to raid the other stealing cattle, sheep and anything they could get their hands on. It started some big family feuds and rape, pillage and murder seemed the norm for quite a few hundred years. Ah the good old days. The crags are green and lush (what will Ireland be like then?) but every now and then lovely ...
... Belfast has a somewhat more down-and-out feel about
it than Glasgow, another industrial center that experienced a major decline,
also like some older American industrial towns. The city, though, has
experienced a moderate boom since “The Troubles” ended and peace broke out in
Northern Ireland the mid to late 1990s. There’s actually a lot of new
construction along the Lagan River at the edge of downtown on what used to
... Michael Jackson's children, and apparently 'Blanket' is not one of them. Thanks South Park. Friday I traveled back to Dublin to meet a friend I had made. It also happened to be Pride...so naturally I went to the parade. I had just given all my clothes to the laundromat, therefore all I had to wear was a teal bathing suit and a red shirt, so I fit in. At night we went out to celebrate with ...
... Visitors can choose to walk down the steep path (and back up!), or take the little bus for a pound each way. I'm sure you can guess which option we chose. When I visited the Giant's Causeway in 2001, the vehicles were yellow school buses. I remember that our bus stalled on the way back to the top, and we all thought we were goners. But the skillful driver managed to re-start the vehicle without plunging us into the sea ...