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Travel Blogs from Omagh
... that by the time I reach Dublin, it will be even more.
I have spent my night with a giant cup of tea (there were no mugs so I used a jug…) and a collection of notes writing and writing. So I am technically up-to-date at my end.
Although, you haven’t read any of them so you still think I am in Derry. Sly girl Lisa. Sly.
Actually, given there are about 6 entries before this one, you would know exactly where I am.
Lisa xo ...
Today I went and basically ‘did’ Donegal Town. There really isn’t a huge amount of stuff to do here, other than a Castle that had a really poorly written guide.
So my day was spent wandering around every single store in the main square. Or triangle if you want to be literal. I needed my washing done too, and I had to use the…what’s the place called where people can ...
It was just a usual travel day.
Nothing overly exciting. Usually something does happen that makes it exciting, but not always.
But on the upside, I met a lovely Aussie bloke at the hostel (even though I am camping on the grass) from Canberra.
And the lady who runs the hostel is gorgeous! But she took the **** out of me for being Tasmanian! Haha.
I am so so tired!
Lisa xo ...
... the UK because the historical focus includes a time period in which I have lived. Instead of kings, queens, and castles; this is the stuff of the common people. “Good stuff,” as many say here.
Our hearts are in Boston as we jump across the Irish Sea tomorrow to visit York, the Cotswold's and London. London's Marathon is on Sunday- we pray that Boston's tragedy will not be repeated here- and selfishly, we admit we are happy that we will not be in London until next Tuesday.
... when you visit the Free Derry catholic republican area. We stopped at the Tower Museum in Derry which had some interesting exhibits including more information on the potato blights effect, World War II's effect and 'The Troubles’ including Bloody Sunday and on a more light hearted note, an exhibition on the Spice Girls.
Wandering the walls near Bogside, we passed a church which when bombings occurred in the 1960’s, bombs thrown over the wall from ...