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... lunch Sam, William, Andrew, his girlfriend and I all went into Belfast to the Titanic museum. The museum sits beside the Harland and Woolf dock where the Titanic was built. The museum was amazing it told the historical story of the Titanic, where and how it was constructed and the horrific story about how it sunk. Harland and Woolf built the biggest ships in Europe and the huge H & W cranes still sit on the dock today. After the museum we all went to ...
... with the usual Irish twisted take
on urban planning; Belfast’s answer to the tower of Pisa; the town clock
leaning a good four foot to the right with every clock face telling a different
(wrong ) time. The salmon of knowledge by the river, telling the history of
Belfast and a symbol of the salmon that have returned to the river Lagan after
the ship building industry has gone. The more you kiss the fish, the smarter you become. ...
... 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.
Fantastic memories and I hope you have enjoyed the Blog.
Finally, Craig and I wish to thank ...
... photos show some of the special features of the church. One of the photos shows the domed ceiling of the Baptistery. The dome is a mosaic that is composed of 150,000 pieces of glass representing creation and symbolizes earth, air, fire and water; the mosaic was created by two nuns in the 1930’s.
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... 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 ...