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... political organisations, was fascinating but, perhaps better still, was listening to Keith as he recalled growing up in Belfast throughout 'the Troubles', and candidly discussed the tensions that still exist. The striking thing, for me at least, was the way Keith, and other locals I spoke to, normalised the experience. That, despite the constant threat of aggravated violence (some 3500 people were killed during 'the Troubles), despite the fact that they had ...
... to laugh at them. Robert is back now from France so we have managed to catch up with him. Doesn't seem like that long since we saw him last. William is at grannies each day tending to the farm and animals so we have been spending a lot of time with him. Andrew is on leave from the Army and he and his girlfriend Laura are staying for 3 weeks at Roberts. Andrew is off to Kenya and Oman in September with the British army on a training exercise. He mentioned that its part of ...
... at 8 pounds an adult, it nevertheless filled
in my gaping mortar holes of knowledge about the Northern island situation. It
has been another civil war, like the Arab/Israeli conflict that has been a
constant feature of my childhood. Thankfully, this one seems to have been
resolved to such an extent that they can now take big red tour buses into
former war zones. After 30 years of hell the tour guide declared, Belfast is
... mosaics prominently featuring a cat as shown in our photos. All the photos were taken in the rain, so the colors are muted somewhat.
Back in the city center we went to one of the old cathedrals in the city. It was the St Anne’s Catholic Cathedral. This church was constructed in the 1800’s. This is another historical, beautiful place. The church has a unique slender spire shaft that towers over the top of ...
... to the Europa Hotel which is apparently the most bombed hotel in Europe (some would say the world), and just opposite that is the Crown Bar which still has gas lights in the public areas, and is well known for its stained glass and traditional interior. What’s different is that it’s divided into about ten little booths on the ground floor, each has its own door with letters A to J on them and the walls are stained glass up ...