Annalong Caravan Park
Travel Blogs from Newry
... buildings and little shops. On that street was a 15th/16thcentury building called the Mint. At the end of the street was Tholsel Gate, another medieval building.
After we looked at those buildings, we walked back down the way we had come and turned left to walk down the street behind the main street. We saw an antique shop and went in for a look. Emma fell asleep in ...
... in to buy Emma some food and was relieved to see they still sell Plum brand baby food here. After that we had a quick look around the centre but it wasn’t very big or much else we wanted to look at so we headed off.
We got back to the hotel around 2.30pm and put Emma down for a sleep just before 3.00pm. Matt wanted a nap and I wasn’t going to sit up on my own so I napped too. Emma woke up ...
... rain was so heavy that there was a small river flowing through the town that was up to Mummy's ankles.
Although it was very wet, mummy said it was cool to say we witnessed a little bit of history. The torch was carried by Evie Dornan from Lisburn, & she managed to 'Keep er lit' up Bow Street. The photograph of the torch isn't the greatest ...
... and then boarded the beautiful sailboat. It was cold, but amazing. There were so many sites to see. We even saw a Hereon and a Seal. It was us 7, Tim and 4 Venzuela people plus the captian, a 71 year old man named Eddie. He was so kind hearted and funny. He even had family that lived in Pittsburgh!
We drank some Irish beers and enjoyed the ride.
We then ate in Strangford in a restuarnt called The Cuan. I tried a lot of seafood which was all ...
... rinkalla on
noin 10-15 kg. Vaatteita siellä ei ole paljoa – suurin osa on
erinäistä lääkettä ja pientä tilpehööriä. Vähän jännittää
miten meille käy rajanylityspaikoissa noiden lääkemäärien
kanssa. Varastoistamme löytyy kaikkea maan ja taivaan väliltä!
Muuten tuntuu siltä, että en enää malta odottaa lähtöä. Tätä varten
on valmisteltu ja tehty töitä ...