Annalong Holiday Park
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... to Wales, and I loved Wales!! I hope we will get a chance to go back to Wales at some point. At the end of our first day in Wales we were hitchhiking and got picked up by a guy and his fourteen year old brother. He was on his way to visit his friend, a farmer in the Welsh mountains. He invited us to come along. After riding with him for a while we felt that he was trustworthy and so we gladly accepted. One of the best decisions ever! Instead of just staying the night we ...
... The static display was also very interesting with recreations of villages - even some type of knitting or crochet using dog hair - found a use for all that undercoat of Zest's. Back on the M1 again, we had to pay another toll charge - a trap for young players - if we had been given a receipt the first time we paid we wouldn't have had to - but we weren't so we had to shell out another couple of euros. Have learnt that lesson. We then made our way to ...
... interests of those whom they represent, us peasants! By the time we finished the tour, the festival was beginning to build up, crowds everywhere, and again, babies and wee babies in buggies, not just wee buggies either, see the pic, there're four passing each other in it!!! Pol Roger was the sponsor, their bubbly was delish, even if it was £9 (yes Beaud, like nectar) as were the 5 oysters, kev would only have one, for £5. The residing champ won. There was a kiwi entered - ...
... police/army action against the people in the streets.The book contains a photo of where one of the proprieters were watching out the door at this taking place in front of their house. Such a tumultuous time for all involved in this most difficult time. Always makes more of an impression when you meet someone involved in an event , you get an understanding on a personal level that it is not just a distant event , hopes, feelings, real live persons are there .
... land is no longer owned by the family.
The grandparents and parents of myself and all of these cousins, Michael McManus and Bridget McAnulty McManus raised their family on this site. It was a wonderful feeling to walk along this country road with cousins.
This evening we spent a quiet evening at Kathleen's watching their favorite evening soaps on television. It was very restful. We needed that.