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I have started to think that my insatiable need to find that elusive retail bargain may stem from growing up with the shopping tricks and techniques of my mother (who for the purpose of this will now be my scapegoat). Always searching for the next thrift shop, cheap boutique or vintage market, my lack of retail expense is shameless. I cringe at a pair of shoes over $20, look for a singlet or t-shirt for $10 and refuse to ...
... By the time we arrived, we were completely soaked. I tried drying my shoes in the bathroom under the dryer, which helped some but did not completely help the situation. We wandered around the museum for a while, then went over to where the Titanic was actually built- to the "dry dock" and pumphouse. This was, to me anyways, way more interesting and cool to see than the museum had been. From the top, the dry dock looks big but not as big as I ...
... guy writing out our 'Compostelas' laughed when he read my name off my 'Credencial'. 'Neil Armstrong', he said, 'Really'!!! Still getting that 40 years on...cheers mum!
We left and grabbed some breakfast and did a bit of souvenir shopping before heading back to the hotel to check out. More free beers from Roberto sent us on our way and our trip was nearly over.
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Finally, Craig and I wish to thank ...
... between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. Also how even Belfast itself is divided by religion, Protestant and Catholic; actually a really worthwhile interesting tour and out taxi driver was cool, with alot of storys to tell.
Visited a market after with the other Germans for lunch then later watched the London Olympic Closing Ceromony with my old singing and dancing Scottish ...
... cleaning out the fuel tank!!
We then headed out to sea to "prove" the engine, which involved running the engine at 50% the 75% and 100% for fifteen minutes at a time. It is exceptionally windy here, but thankfully
not a massive swell.
Back in Bangor marina coming alongside was difficult because we were continually blown off the pontoon in the high wind. But there were a couple of kind souls who grabbed lines for us ...