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Drove from our camp to Cairnryan, the terminal for our ferry to Northern Ireland. The circle closes again! After we had been to Arromanche, in northern France to see the Mulberry Harbour created for the D-Day landings, we arrived today at Cairnryan. This was one of several places where the enormous floating concrete blocks were manufactured, that were then towed across ...
... with pews that have doors on them. We saw a Church in the American Folk Park at Omagh, it was either Methodist or Presbyterian. Does anyone know why they were gated/doored, sometimes called closed pews. I have searched the net, this is the best explanation: It is my understanding that at one time the gates served the purpose of keeping out cold drafts. Each family brought its own heated brick, or whatever, and placed it on the floor of their space. That, plus body heat, heated their ...
... and then into Armenia, returning to Georgia in order to ride in the Caucasus Mountains.
Our return leg will see us hug the southern shore of the Black Sea in Turkey stopping for a day or two in Istanbul before we ride back up to Bucharest where we will drop off the bikes and fly home.
Internet access may be an issue as we get further east but I will try to update this blog as frequently as I possibly can, ideally every evening.
... and the presentation of the food they are looking for a Michelin Star, but behind the fancy frills was a really well cooked tasty meal.
After we had driven Helen back to Lisburn we returned to the camp site for what was to be our stormiest night this trip. The rain was lashing down and the wind was buffeting the caravan. The caravans were rocking so much that our ...
... br> The first Cistercian abbey in Ireland.
Founded in 1142 on the orders of Saint Malachy, Archbishop of Armagh, By 1170, Mellifont had one hundred monks and three hundred lay brothers. The Abbey became the model for other Cistercian abbeys built in Ireland, with its formal style of ...