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... I make it back to the B & B and I hear a baby crying and some American accents from my room. An American couple has arrived while I was out. I meet them the next morning. They are from Texas and they are lovely! We swap stories and have a good laugh over breakfast. Their names are Nick and Ashley.
Today is the day that Pete decides he is well enough to continue the journey. He seems a bit worried about my safety but it had only hit him the night before when ...
... light frosting of snow in a park while Dad and Mum checked directions. The B&B was not too far away but when we reached the top of the long driveway there seemed to be no-one home. It turned out that the family had a medical emergency, but the man kindly called us back to redirect us to another B&B called the Castle Lodge. When we arrived it was really icy and slippery on the pavement and the parked cars were covered in ice.
... in Armagh. Who was to know it was Georgian Day 2014 in Armagh County. Street festival, light show, Christmas lights, crepes, families lining the streets. The Irish sure have Christmas down pat. It might be cold but they distract you with the pretty lights. A closing note - a small boy at the festival standing outside an apple stall was overheard to say "not even a starving kid in Africa would want an apple". OBESITY EPIDEMIC: ...
... they tumble then stop, tumble and stop. It seems to take a couple of hours to dry one load. It is not just this dryer, but all of the dryers we have used.
Laundry started, we drive into Enniskillen for lunch and a walk-about. It is a nice community, students were walking home from school in their uniforms. I saw a young boy walking home in his slacks, white shirt, necktie and blazer. I ...
One of the best parts of visiting friends overseas is getting the inside scoop that, as a tourist, you'd never have access to (not that Augher has been overrun by the tourist trade quite yet though word at the supermarket is that there's an Australian in town!). None the less, today I had the pleasure and privilege of tagging along with Brenda and Christine as they went visiting friends and family giving me a taste of true ...