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... into the unknown. I have never been to Asia and for me there was a real sense of excitement that I hadn't felt before. I mean, how would I cope with signs in a completely alien script? How would I communicate or indeed find my way around??
Took the train to London Bridge and then headed to ...
... who use to run through these lands in nothing but a kilt and woollen shoulder wrap..."word". The only drawback was the frostbite inducing wind chill blowing through the valleys...makes it hard to take photos with snap frozen fingers and eyelashes.
Eventually we wound our way into Glasgow for our stop for the night. Glasgow....one word...Uninspiring. Glasgow looks as though it is in the midst of an identity crisis, half England, half Scotland. It ...
... violent even “after hours.”
After talking with the boys, I crossed into the Catholic side. It was instantly as revealing as the Protestant side of the fence. Not one British flag, or any flag for that matter was displayed. In the entire time I walked through the Catholic neighborhoods, I saw exactly one Irish flag. Perhaps this is because they don’t want to stand out and be a target. The houses were even more basic in this neighborhood versus ...
... to world.
Day 2 bangor
First stop tesco. What a great supermarket! A cross between paper plus, farmers, vetro, farmer's market and woolies. Everything one could imagine! Awesome quality and excellent prices - even w conversion. Stocks obtained and back to our pad. Forgot to mention house equipped with kids play house out back - nice.
Cunningham family arrived early arvo so quick catch up before first of wedding festivities.
All piled in ...
... in further violence.
Following this we were driven to the headquarters of Sinn Fein, which had depicted on the side of it a mural of Bobby Sands - a man who died in the early 80s as part of a hunger strike during the so-called "Dirty Protest" against the removal of the Special Category Status (POW) of prisoners of the Troubles. Following this we saw further murals depicting various figures involved during the Troubles and other places in ...