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... 8217;t mentioned it…I am travelling Ireland on what I call my Celtic Connections tour.
Basically I listened to Celtic Thunder, wrote down all the places they mentioned and am going to all of them. And a few others too.
But I was on my way to Carrickfergus – stop one on my Celtic Connections tour.
We went to the Castle and learnt about the history and the people. It ...
... Freiwilliger kennengelernt!
Aber Morgan beginnt dir richtige Herausforderung – Ich muss ,Tschuss‘ zu Mum, Nanny, Pappy, Auntie Shiona, Uncle Roly, Niall, Laura, Auntie Gillian etc sagen. Das wird sehr schwer sein! Laura kommt gestern als eine Überraschung von Aberdeen – das war sehr nett!
Ich hoffe, dass ich jedes zweitten Woche etwas schreiben kann. Entschuldigen mein Deutsch bitte – besonders die Grammatik! Bis Später
... an hour. That meant we had the extra time to drive north to Carrickfergus (2 hour drive) It also meant that Ches's pedometer, still set to Sydney time, would click over to a new day at 2.00pm. Explain? OK, Ches has been using a pedometer daily for the last 7 months to keep track of 10,000 steps per day. In Europe it has been 10,000 steps between 3.00 pm one day and the next. We (me being attached to her hip) have been averaging 12,000 steps per 24 ...
... most people want peace now and are embarrassed when one of the extremists take action against others.
I guess the main reason it upset me so much is because when you think of the troubles that happened there it seems like it was so long ago, when in actuality it still happens in certain ways. Like the occasional petrol bomb, or the fact that you can't wear certain colours since it represents one side or another. Based on the way you talk or the way you act you are labeled ...
... where a fair in the high street was just finishing up, and then on past the beautiful lake Lough Erne, and through the border at Pettigoe, where suddenly all the speed signs changed from miles to kilometres and the town name signs were in Irish as well as English.
We stayed at the Mill Park Hotel, which was delightful, and had a nice meal there and watched the Olympics and Usain Bolt win the 200m before heading off to ...