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... can last forever. The Good Friday Agreement, part of a massive peace process that went on throughout the 90's, would largely put an end to the conflict, and Ireland today is quite peaceful. The Troubles have made a huge impression however, not only in Ireland but across the UK and the world. In North America, insurgencies are something that happen far away in Afghanistan and Iraq, but here in Britain a large and bloody conflict happened right at home.
Stayed near the Queens University of Belfast. While waiting for an apartment to be available , walked to the Ulster Museum. Went right past it, no sign. Just two flags, finally turned around and figured that was the building. Just like the roads , very few street signs so navigation is less than ideal.
The museum provides a well layed out summary of the natural, historical and artistic development of the country. Especially, enjoyed the ...
... The Troubles began in the late 1960’s and is considered by many to have ended with the Belfast “Good Friday” Agreement of 1998. We drove by many “Peace Walls”, walls separating Catholic from Protestant Belfast, similar to the Berlin wall but actually lasting longer. Quite depressing, actually.
We also saw Parliament, City Hall, Grand Opera House, Queen’s University and Europa Hotel. The Europa ...
Being an account of a few wee fight between giants, a couple wee traditions, and a wee city that built big things. It seems we may be getting behind on our open internet correspondence, so apologies to all. I know you've been waiting with breathless anticipation these last weeks. Our latest travels have brought us first to Northern Ireland and then to Scotland. Northern Ireland was amazing, largely because we were welcomed into the home of Sonia's friend Beth from camp. ...
We are back in the Abercorn Basin in central Belfast for a week.
Viv and Sean have flown to Bristol, then bus back to Looe to attend the art exhibition of their youngest, Robin.
I am catching a ferry to Scotland Friday morning and then bussing it ...