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... s side the day prior and today it was time to stop in at her great grandparents graves on her grandfather's side. It was a rainy day and we trudged about the cemetary and after about ten minutes we found the grave. One thing I learned about grave sites over here and I'm not sure if it's the same back home but the plots are about 8 feet long by five feet wide, so if there are multiple people buried in the plot, they are buried on top of each other in ...
... tour and drinking tour of Belfast City Pubs. Belfast reminded me of any big City in England. The Union Jack was everywhere. Their accent kind of sounded a little like a Scottish accent but I would never say that to them lol
My favourite pub we went to was one that was in a laneway. The laneway was full of red flowers all over the walls. It was so very pretty and the atmosphere was buzzing. Everyone just soaking up the sunshine in this ...
... earth displays and precious minerals. A really good museum and makes us so much more keen to make it to the British museums! Another doom moment struck however when I bought a toy squirrel for Toni at the museum shop. I put squirrel in my pocket and we raced to the car in the rain, when we got to the car squirrel was no longer in my pocket... Poor poor squirrel!
After this latest disaster we decided it was pub time and we finished out last night in ...
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realize that this wasn’t as hard as I made it out to be. The cab came and we were off. The cab drivers have been exceptionally nice and are very friendly. Tonight’s driver wanted to know what was in my heavy case. That spurred the talk about derby. He was totally intrigued and said he didn’t even know that it existed in Belfast. Seems to be the theme of ...
... and mutual understanding between the communities of Northern Ireland for primary and secondary school children.
Grainne picked me up at my hotel and took me for a spin about town with an illuminating, no holds barred account of the situation both past and present from the perspective of someone who has lived through it and dedicated her career to the peace process. Grainne spoke of her parents extreme diligence and dedication to protecting their young children from ...