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... through the streets. It's very common for tourists to hire taxis for this type of tour, I may even take a bus out in the next couple of days and walk the route. All these murals and heaps more are part of the everyday street scene for these people and literally they change by crossing the street sometimes. Someone broke ranks and even did a non-political one, I suppose there's a radical in all groups.
There are a couple of Titanic Exhibition shots. The ...
... of British evil and occupation as
well as political movement Sinn Fein’s outreach office and shop. Further down
the road are the International Murals which support lots of independence
movements and left wing causes around the globe such as the Palestinian and
Basque separatist movements and socialism and labor unionism.
The “Peace Wall” is a literal wall, much of which still
stands but is now completely permeable by ...
... would change their lives.
They were going across to America to start a new life for themselves and their families. One such family was made up of husband and wife and nine children ….none survived.After we left there we went to get back on the bus but it was too full so instead of waiting for the next bus we walked back into town. We walked around the buildings and shops; it was a pleasant way to pass the afternoon. We took the shuttle back to the ...
... on the west coast and booked ourselves on a ferry to Wales in the morning. We are spending the night in the harbour carpark, It is only costing us 5 Euro and it has a lovely beach in which we walked down, well i paddled most of it. We then went up miles of steps or what seemed like it so Rich could look down on the 3 ferries' that had come in. After a long day of driving roughly 250 miles today, trying to take photo's on the move, we are now fed and settled in for the night. Wales here we ...
... The kitchen table has now become 'The War Room' as it is almost always littered with books, printouts, notes and maps related to our trip. The big New Zealand map is a sight to behold. The geek in me is more than a little smug about it. The map was an ingenious Christmas gift from Rosie. One island on each side and mini-maps of all the major cities around the edges. It now also contains coloured tabs marking all the places we want to ...