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... see one of them that is repairing an oil rig from Brazil.
This afternoon we went on a bus tour along the sea coast and stopped at The Pub on the Pier 36 at Donaghadee, Northern Ireland, for an Irish coffee. The weather was cold and rainy, so our group welcomed the warmth of the pub and the free drink.
I also welcomed the opportunity to use free WIFI while in the pub. Some others, however, elected to walk ...
... café and I went for a German breakfast this time of rolls, ham and cheese- reminded me of breakfasts while I was in South America funnily enough!
Since it was raining we decided to take another taxi but this time to the Titanic museum. Firstly we looked around the gallery on our own- which was pretty damn amazing. It covered early industrial life in Belfast, to ...
... being in a 20 bed dorm. I went and got dinner at this little polish restaurant and it cost 5 AUD for my massive meal of Pierogi with pork (polish dumplings) and a drink. The meal was so delicious I can't wait to try other polish food. I walked around and found a pub eventually, no where near as many as Ireland. And when I ordered my beer it came to 1 Australian dollar!! Man I was stoked, except I haven't found anyone who talks English yet which is kind of ...
... is an American dina for tea. By the time we got to grannies I almost rolled into the door and had to go to bed as I was far too full. The Irish eat and eat and eat. They all congregate around a pot of tea in every household and drink tea, socialise and eat sweets (baking, chocolate and generally anything full of sugar). Luckily I have been running, swimming and going to the gym every day so have been managing to loose weight faster than I can put in on. Sam on ...
... and attached the sides and garnishes to the dishes to get maximum height effect, thankfully not missing out on taste.
On the Tuesday we headed out to the Giant’s Causeway, the incredible honeycomb geological formation which is another of the National Trust’s treasures. It got me thinking about whether I prefer seeing man-made or nature-made features. I think I slightly lean towards nature. My brother and his wife (feels nice to say that!) visited ...
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