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... With the size of the place and the car park it's clear that this get very crowded at times. All the shops are packed religious items, many that even glow in the dark. I had no idea there were so many saints. They tell stories including a saint and laugh at their joke about a particular saint's suitability for a particular person, of course expecting everyone would ...
... and economic issues- the have and the have nots.
Londonderry is also headquarters for the Society of Apprentice Boys (Orangeman).
Left Derry and made our way to Donegal. It was a quaint little town for lunch and walk about.
Our afternoon break was at the Belleek pottery factory for a tour. Personally I can't get to excited about pottery but the manufacturing process was interesting. ...
... back to 13th century, a real castle.
Visited Belleek Pottery and inspected craftsman doing their trade.
Photo of Earl of Mount Baton's holiday castle. The IRA killed Baton in 1977 by blowing his fishing boat up by remote control. Photo of excited fellow tourists!
Irish poet W B Yeats lived most of his life in ...
... really good night's sleep, I felt pretty good about it. So much so that I decided to take a slight detour and see some sights.
My first stop was Drumcliffe, the final resting place of WB Yeats. It's little more than a churchyard and coffee shop on the side of the road, but in that churchyard is something else -- a remarkable, intricate cross from the 11th century. It's in quite good condition, considering its age. Well worth the brief stop. After Drumcliffe, I headed to ...
Sligo turned out to be a most enjoyable spot
We chose to stay at Castle Dargon Hotel Ballygawly, just a few k's out of Sligo.
It was a Golf course hotel, with lots of style, It was another one night stay and after a long day on the road this was a good spot to relax a bit..we decided ...