Windermere Guest House
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... columns. We had a choice of walking the 3 klms to the site or catching the bus...I think you can guess what we did after the earlier exercise! We then travelled through the heart of the glens of Antrim, nine lush valleys created by glaciers during the ice age. We stopped for lunch at the harbour town of Carnlough where we had a lovely meal of fish, caught that morning. The town hasn't changed that much over the last few centuries. We ended our tour with a short drive through a part ...
... walked, with hundreds of others along a path which so reminded us of our cow race!!! 130 steps - (I can vouch for that today, the legs are certainly letting me know!) Xmas and David! We saw a set of triplet boys 2yrs old, they were like mountain goats, told them of your 3, asked if I could photo for you but they said no, understandably. Passed them later unpacking them from the 3wide buggy (why the hell would you take three that age to a tourist spot like ...
Every scrapbook stuck with glue
And I’ll stand beside you' ('Beside You')
11 Murals and the Oh Yeah Music Centre
'Chamois cleaning all the windows,
Singing songs about Edith Piaf’s soul.
And I hear blue strains of "no regredior"
Across the street from Cathedral Notre Dame … ' ('St Dominic's Preview')
... is an American dina for tea. By the time we got to grannies I almost rolled into the door and had to go to bed as I was far too full. The Irish eat and eat and eat. They all congregate around a pot of tea in every household and drink tea, socialise and eat sweets (baking, chocolate and generally anything full of sugar). Luckily I have been running, swimming and going to the gym every day so have been managing to loose weight faster than I can put in on. Sam on ...
Sadly, our last full day in Ireland has arrived. We woke up to another delicious Irish breakfast and read the BBC news story about the riots in Belfast last night. It turns out they were a much bigger deal than they've experienced recently. 26 officers injured, numerous cars set on fire. It's very sad and we were thankful to have made it away safely.
Anthony told us at breakfast that he woke up in the middle of ...