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... off for us while visiting, and i even took my shoes off and dipped my toes into the water. :)
Between the anxiety of arriving alone in a foreign country, to the excitement of meeting so many great people in just a week of being in the beautiful Ireland - it was easy to see the next nine months would be the absolute best of my life. :) Final ...
... 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 ...
... the Protestant and Catholic sections of Belfast.
Falls Road was next on the route, this is the main Catholic road in Belfast. Here the flags changed to the Irish Tricolour. We passed the Divis Flats which is an apartment building that housed the British Army's lookout post during the "troubles". Along the road we passed an abandoned school that was riddled with bullet holes.
The traffic was really bad and we were starting to worry that we ...
... owner) and over coffee and scones and cream we talked away. Then the ph went and we were told, the test kitchen is ready for us, so we all went and saw what they were cooking up and tasted and commented. This company produces ready to cook meals of all types, lamb, beef, chicken, turkey and pork. The tasting was fun, liked most of it but not all. They were working on serving sizes while we were there. Not what I expected to be ...
... where we would pre drink and listen to music and play pool all evening) and as bars would stop serving we'd scamper onto the next one to try and squeeze in a few more pints, and so on. So nights in Belfast were mostly just wonderful because of the brilliant people we'd met to spend them with.
We set out a loose plan of what we'd like to see and do in Northern Ireland for a few days as we had realized we were in no rush to leave this little gem of a ...
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