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... in the sights. It seems to be nice clean city, at least what is see of it.
Back to my accommodation late in the afternoon and i settle down for some more long chats with Robert. He is an engineer/business person and has some many interesting things to talk about. Such great hosts. After tea we continue our chat, where i learn so much about all the places Robert has visited. Dont get to bed till after 11pm.
My next destination is Belfast for 3 nights
- Just want to bring a fantastic hair stylist to anyone's attention who may be visiting Protaras in Cyprus . Its the Cutting house in Cavo Greko Avenue. Helen the owner was trained in London and has a fantastic salon offering ladies and mens styling.
- My wife was very pleased with her cut and blow dry .
- Check them out on facebook ...
The plan for today is to walk round the small peninsula to the north of Dunfanaghy as far as its northern end which is called Horn Head and where there are some spectacular cliffs which I could see yesterday across Sheephaven Bay from the Rosguill Peninsula. The day starts bright and sunny and soon warms up after a bit of chilliness at first.
The first part of the route is westwards out of the village and then across sand dunes ...
... sign saying "Welcome to Ireland". I only know I've crossed the border when I see petrol prices advertised in euros and the road signs become bilingual (English and Gaelic) and show distances in kilometres, not miles. As a result, the speed limit becomes 100kph instead of 60mph. It's as well to know this as within a short distance I've passed two speed detector vans. Nobody other than a complete maniac would drive above 100kph on roads like these. In places where the road is ...
... beautiful, and I was happy to be finally soaking up some of sights and smells of the smallest town I'd stayed in so far.
The feeling I got from the younger parts of Derry was vastly different from that of Older Derry ora more liberalised place like Dublin. It felt imposing and uncertain, like a volcano that's been bubbling away for a thousand years, ready at any point to explode. I had the feeling too that you could have lived in some places of the city ...
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