An Grianan Hotel
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... to fish at when he was a boy. We then strolled up past O'Doherty's Castle and past all the blackberry bushes where the boys used to go blackberrying with Kevin's mum. Past some cows and fields and then on to the seaside walk along Buncrana's Beach to Father Heggerty's Rock.
The walk was beautiful as the mist burned off and more and more blue showed through. We came to a sea wall and walked out to have a look and were surprised to see ...
... witnessed the surrender of over 60 German U-boats that were eventually scuttled in the open Atlantic. Twelve murals, including one of 14 year old Annette McGavigan who was the 100th fatality of the Troubles, mark the site of Bloody Sunday, an internal conflict mentioned in a previous posting. Photos of the murals may bring back old memories of what were distant events for most of ...
... on a very narrow little road to Rossbeg that was very picturesque and managed to get back on the main road without meeting anyone coming the other way. The road then led up to the picturesque Glengesh pass and we stopped near the top for lunch before descending into Glencolmcille. We found a 10km loop walk to do up in the hills. Only got drenched once. It led out to an old signal tower, with yet again, great coastal views. Then on to Siagh Liabh, the highest ...
... in a later blog though.
We paid a visit to the Bann Rivermouth where there is a bird hide managed by the National Trust, in the hpe of seeing nesting birds etc. Disappointment met us as we were unable to get inside the hide as we needed keys to get in, which would have meant going back to the National Trust Office in Portstewart, a round trip of 20 miles.
Then it was off to Hezlett House and Garden (National Trust) near ...
... to their cause makes me realize why people are so passionate about theatre of the oppressed. Truly, these people are inspirational and have stories that need to be shared through some form of expression; why not theatre? Art is pretty cool.
One of my favorite people on the tour, Alysia, had two visitors from Spain, her native country. They are WOOF’s (Workers On an Organic Farm) and have been so for about two years, if I ...