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The Thursday before Easter Margot and I traveled with our friends Ian and Isabel Orr to take the ferry to Ireland and spend a week in their cottage overlooking Killyhoey strand near Dunfanaghy. We were joined by Davy and Mary Hill, two other friends from our days at Queens University Belfast.
Apart from heavy ...
My performance of "Danny Boy" at my B+B in Derry!
(I'm currently writing this section for Monday/Tuesday on Thursday on the bus to Derry and unfortunately I didn’t jot anything down Monday night and I can’t recall anything about the day! I was mighty tired though from my weekend in Galway and Mondays are slow in the office oh! Ok yeah, so there was a mighty wind and a b it of rain and ...
... was no different, heading north through a small town called Headford we took a few turns and found ourselves winding down a small lane to the abandoned Ross Errilly Friary, originally built in about 1460 this epic stone building now is only home to the crows and some graves of the local clergy.
Arriving with its old bell tower still cloaked in fog and a chill that made the place mythic we had a ...
I drive to Birmingham Airport in the car and arrive with plenty of time to spare for catching the 11.55am plane to Belfast. This is a first for me - I've never done an internal flight within the UK before! Not a very good first either, as the plane takes off about an hour late - due to an accumulation of small problems earlier in the morning according to our pilot.
The weather in Birmingham is reasonably warm, but cloudy, so for the first part of the journey there's ...
... rule. The English hopelessly outnumbered the Irish Rebel Forces but increased support for republicanism. The war on independence lasted many years, led by the Irish Republic Arms (IRA), fighting for the rights of the people. Michael Collins of the IRA was involved in the signing of the Anglo-Irish treaty signed at Westminster. It was a compromise between and independent republic and a province of the empire. He felt had signed his ...