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... least one mural, and a clock tower. I saw some of the massive old yellow H&W cranes that helped build the Titanic and a Yellow Submarine! Eventually, we came upon a sign for a dinner that led us down a tiny close to get to the restaurant. But we got 2 sirloins with a side, and a bottle of wine for 20 pounds, so it was worth it. Then, we went to sleep in preparation for the next ...
... as well), they are a real spectacle, banners, loud drums and music, colourful marchers in uniforms in Belfast there were little children dressed and marching as well. Salmon farms were wiped out with killer jellyfish a few yrs ago and are now just recovering Lots of groups of cyclists on the road pick everywhere. game of thrones No coal fires, all now natural gas or oil. Years ago illegal to sell potential so the old lady sold the water and to wash the ...
Our journey is set for a 3pm departure. This morning Elizabeth kisses Chris goodbye and we get ourselves ready. It's 10am, so we head to Drombeg Stone Circle. The stupid GPS, once again takes us down windy, narrow roads. It feels like we have barely made a dent into our approximate time after a half hour; and this stone circle is only about 40 minutes from our house! We finally make it there, it's past noon! Julian and Jada are off playing in the grass and ...
With the wrought-iron gate rows
I went home and listened to Jimmie Rodgers in my lunch-break
Bought five Woodbines at the shop on the corner
And went straight back to work ...
What's my line?
I'm happy cleaning windows
Take my time
I'll see you when my love grows
Baby don't let it slide
I'm a working man in my prime
Cleaning windows' ('Cleaning Windows')
7 The Castlereagh Road
'Wee Alfie at ...
... some intimate reflection time, often prompted by the staff members at Corrymeela. They’re all about their reflection there, which was great because I was in some serious need for meditation.
Anyway, we stumbled upon a genuine Irish session! McDonnell’s Pub is one of the most popular places to hang out in Ballycastle, even though it probably couldn’t fit over fourty people. In one of the back rooms, we found ...