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... by a couple of things. I didn’t get anything made out of the wool as the jumpers were too thick and heavy. But I did get a couple of souvenirs.
Ireland has had a pretty rough time with the recession. Our bus driver was saying that a house that was valued at £350,000 a couple of years ago he recently bought for £55,000. That shows you how much property values have gone done. There are quite a few areas known as Ghost Villages, these are ...
... as a museum which gives visitors a better understanding of what it would have been like on the ship and what happened. The memorial was unveiled in 1998, with the youngest survivor present at the ceremony. Almost next to the Titanic memorial, there is a memorial to the Lusitania. This particular memorial is dedicated to the people who lost their lives when the ship was torpedoed and subsequently sunk just off the coast in 1915. Many of the survivors as well as the victims ...
... I mentioned that my brother-in-law, Bishop Clune, had researched the family's history and had even given us a book about the Clunes. It turned out that the book had been written by Deidre Clune's father-in-law. Talk about a small world.
Deidre Clune is currently running as a representative of Ireland on the European Union. There were campaign signs throughout the area.
Cobh is the port for Cork, which is just ...
... Sitting on the water. Very busy and crowded due to a foodie festival based on a mad hatter theme so, after a look around, we moved on. Ended our day at Cobh(Cove) as this is where most people left Ireland, whether convicts or emigrants. It's the little town that was the port for Cork. Also the last stop for the titanic and the Lusitania. All these things have lots of information at the heritage centre, although the immigration story is more about USA than anywhere ...
... on spending time with my new friends there . I met the Jack to my Karen (Will&grace reference). We bring out the worst and the best in each other which I argue is roughly the same thing ;)
I really gotta get to Galway, I try every time and something always pops up, ... guess I'll just have to make another trip back there ;)