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I had what I call a productive lazy day today.
A day where I got my book, I got my lunch and I went and sat down at the festival and did not much for a long time.
It was nice to relax for a while, because I am moving on tomorrow and who knows what that will hold!
Very short entry today, because I need to pack up my bag and we all know how long that is going to take!
Lisa xo ...
... at a food stall. (and they gave me free food! Woop!)
Then I went down to music at one end of the stalls and sat for an hour reading my book and hacking away at a peach with a pocket knife.
Then, after walking back through the stalls, I remembered there was a stage purely for buskers so I decided I would go there.
The variation in busking was unbelievable! Some were easy to listen to and very softly acoustic, and there were some ...
... a nice hall (obviously) and then went to the Tower Museum.
I got such good service there.
There were two exhibitions and just as I was going off to one of them, one of the younger staff came to me and said ‘If I were you I would do the other one first…we have a school group coming in now and they are doing the other one first’. How nice was that!
He must have known I can’t stand walking ...
... playing my music louder than I usually do so that he could clearly hear that I was busy…ignoring him) and after 6 hours on my bum today, I finally got into Derry/Londonderry!
And literally went to the hostel and crashed. Which brings me to now.
Eating salad and writing up my thousand blogs entries which I haven’t done.
No apologies for having so much fun I don’t have the time nor energy to write! Soz, not soz!
Today we got up and headed back over the border into the republic. The border follows the river boyne, but at Derry it jumps out and goes around the town, so the town is considered Northern Ireland. We stopped at a supermarket to pick up some lunch for the day, then headed into Donegal and to Glenvaugh National Park. When we got to the visitor centre we got on another bus which took us in to Glenvaugh Castle. We got a tour of the castle ...