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We are just about ready to go - after a trip to our Donegal house to pick up some cold weather clothing stored there. After a lunch in Belfast with friends we arrived home to find the house frozen again - in an echo of our return from the previous trip to South America. The temperature in Belfast fell last night to about -7C and our mains ...
... was no different, heading north through a small town called Headford we took a few turns and found ourselves winding down a small lane to the abandoned Ross Errilly Friary, originally built in about 1460 this epic stone building now is only home to the crows and some graves of the local clergy.
Arriving with its old bell tower still cloaked in fog and a chill that made the place mythic we had a ...
... me inland. I have to go some distance before there's a gap in the top barbed strand and I can step over it.
I track northwards again, to get to Pollaguill Bay, another nice beach, though much smaller than Tramore. But here there's another barbed wire fence, even bigger than the first and mounted on a low stone wall just for good measure! I try the same tactic of going inland to find a crossing place, but there isn't one this time. ...
... yellow colours of the Donegal Gaelic Football team, who are in the all-Ireland finals in Dublin soon. It looks like the whole community is behind them and some of the posters give special support for particular players, presumably those who are local to the town or village concerned. It looks like the whole community is behind them.
It's getting on towards 6.00pm when I arrive at my accommodation in Portnablagh, 120 miles from Belfast. It's a flat in a modern block ...
... after exploring the giant's causeway, taking pictures, we walked back up the hill to get back to the visitors center. Here i had a look in the souvenir shop, then headed back to the coach.
The last part of the trip i did some reading until we got to the hotel in the outside of Derry. We then unpacked the coach and found our rooms – my room was up stairs, along a corridor, down stairs, along another corridor and around a corner. We had time to unpack, then had to meet ...