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... yet as I use them to get fully orientated). The last couple are from the Crown Hotel, one of the nicest around. That's one of many, many hotels here. Miko, my host, pronounces it as 'crying' hotel and is sort of upset that no one can really hear 'Crown' in her pronunciation.
Surprise, surprise, I received and sent a text without assistance. And people around here think the Giant's Causeway is the 8th wonder of the world!
Soonish I have to go collect Lee from ...
... a message even though I wasn’t
on his tour.
While there are a fair number of Irish orange-white-green
flags along Falls Road, it’s nothing compared to the display of Union Jack and
Ulster “Red Hand” flags in the Protestant neighborhoods, especially along commercial
Shankill Road. I have such a display of red, white, and blue since the months
after the September 11, 2001 attacks in the U.S., although the colors are, ...
... with many frescoes in honor of the resistance and the struggle for unification with the Republic of Ireland, in Catholic areas; and in favor of Ulster and the British Crown in Protestant neighborhoods.
This is Belfast also inspired Bono to write the worship U2 song "Where the streets have no name" ... for Belfast, we can guess the religion and people's incomes depending on the street ...
... vrai hôtel pour notre dernière nuit, un Jurys Inn. Avec si peu de temps pour découvrir Belfast, on décide de faire un autre tour de bus guidé. La ville nous semble assez grande et mieux adaptée aux besoins d'une vie moderne que la ville de Dublin. On passe par les quartiers où beaucoup d'affrontements ont eu lieu dans les années 60 et 70. C'est encore un quartier et une ville où il y a de la tension à ...
... of what is on our list it'll be more than I've ever imagined I would get to experience. And we'll be doing it all in two and a half months!
So far the logistics of our trip look like this:
Monday 4th November set of on a 36hr journey from Dublin to Dubai to Malaysia to Melbourne to Auckland. We arrive in Auckland on Wednesday 6th November where we are spending five nights seeing the sights with Kathryn.