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I had what I call a productive lazy day today.
A day where I got my book, I got my lunch and I went and sat down at the festival and did not much for a long time.
It was nice to relax for a while, because I am moving on tomorrow and who knows what that will hold!
Very short entry today, because I need to pack up my bag and we all know how long that is going to take!
Lisa xo ...
... br> The parents didn’t look much older than me, but they were doing a wonderful job. They were still together…more than I can say about a lot of young Mums.
That band packed up then, and people started leaving. I did too after talking to the baby and his parents for a while.
I was leaving just as another group came on stage.
I had my back to the stage and was walking with my head in my book.
The moment they ...
... I am not changing it)
I found that sand…you know the stuff that was wet, but has dried into a crust and you can pick up slices of sand? Well I jumped all over it. I like the feeling of breaking something with no guilt attached. It was bliss!
I got back to the Hostel, and as I was sitting in the lounge a family of four checked in.
The thing that got me about this family is both parents ...
... on Facebook to remember birthdays! (I wrote Ro Birthday on my forehead in March so I would remember and then had a shower…)
I went to the information centre first (like I do everywhere I go because I forget literally everything I look up before I get there because I never write it down and even if I do I lose the piece of paper) and got a list of things to do when I am in Derry. Or Londonderry…I still don’t ...
... coach took us along the Antrim Coast, passing through seven of the nine Glens of Antrim, each more stunning than the last. A glen, for those of you who don't know, is a gaelic word for a valley. The ride took us through stunning Irish countryside, complete with tons of sheep and picturesque stone farmhouses. All the while the Irish sea kept us company.
Our guide and driver, Roy, kept up a constant stream of commentary throughout the journey - no mean ...