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... rather than apprehension about whether I would be able to cope with the activities. Last appointment with my physio tomorrow morning for final advice on how to keep flexible while we are away. Her efforts so far have been a game-changer.
So - you'll hear from us again as we take off for Rio on Wednesday at lunchtime.
... was no different, heading north through a small town called Headford we took a few turns and found ourselves winding down a small lane to the abandoned Ross Errilly Friary, originally built in about 1460 this epic stone building now is only home to the crows and some graves of the local clergy.
Arriving with its old bell tower still cloaked in fog and a chill that made the place mythic we had a ...
... pub, ate dinner, talked and had a few drinks and then returned to the coach meeting point.
Here while waiting for the coach we meet a very drunk crazy Irish guy and had a bit of a chat with him until the coach arrived. The coach then took us back to the hotel. At the hotel i went back to the room, dropped off stuff and then went to the bar area, got a drink and used the WiFi in the lobby with a drink in hand. It was a nice quiet night, and i got to bed about 11pm.
... They were forced out of the "walled city" of Derry (it's the last one in Europe!) and to the Bogside years ago. I’ve been there a few times, just to play with the kids and mess around. They’re really cool little rascals; one girl in particular likes to scare me every time I come into her line of sight. I usually have more fun with these kids than anyone else. They like line dance and ghost hunting. Check plus.
... the river; and the infamous Bogside. The views from the walls looking down into the Bogside are commanding. I was told this was to give the English builders of the walls clear observation of the local Irish, who mostly lived in Bogside. Not much changed through the Troubles -- the British Army used the same part of the walls to establish a base, from which they could monitor the staunchly Republican Bogside.
Back in the 70s, the Bogside was the site of the Bloody Sunday ...