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We are back at the hotel, it is 5:45 pm and I am tired. It was a long day, so much history my head overflowed. We went thru country side to Derry or Londonderry as some call it. A local historian and teacher joined us at the beginning of our day and began by sharing history of the area and towns as we turned east on our way to Derry. We went thru towns with homes that looked like our residential developments and then we we out in country side areas with ...
... We are now at Lough Erne for two nights. We found our room, and received our luggage, then off to a Bushmills whiskey tasting. I have decided I do not like Bushmills, my tongue is still burning. We have a nice room that is large and comes with a view of the lake and golf course. Casual dinner at the "grille" tonite. I had fish and chips and Poppy had B B Q bacon rib. Tomorrow we travel into Derry to see the Folk Park, a cathedral and other significant ...
Enniskillen has been the turning point for our bodies. Finally we are sleeping more or less until the morning, but it has taken the week to feel normal. This place is so beautiful that we feel as though we are constantly taking deep breaths and unwinding, and feel now that we are really on holidays. They say that green is the most relaxing colour for the eyes, and this place has to be the greenest place I have ever seen! Everywhere ...
... I am reading a Helen Garner book - it is amazing to have so many options on our iPads!
This morning we drove around the town and found it totally deserted - so much easier to navigate without traffic! There is a tall monument set on the highest point in town in memory of Sir Galbriath Cole, who was one of Wellington's generals and led the English forces who defeated the Macguires here. He came from Devon, which is another of my ...
... had seen a sign for traditional music outside a pub. Joan recommended it and told us that the locals played every Wednesday night and it was quite good. The only drawback was that they didn't begin until about 10:00 pm. We rode around after dinner and drove the skinny peninsula of Saint John's Port all the way to the gates that said "Do not enter, Private Property." Beautiful to look over Donegal Bay and see both Donegal and Sligo. We arrived at the pub around 9:50 and were ...
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