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Travel Blogs from Oughterard
... RC (Roman Catholic) St Patrick Cathedral. Catholic St Patrick's is very ornate, whilst the COI St Patrick is not as ostentatious. Much more simple. The RC St Patrick very pretty and ornate makes you think of where the money could have gone too. Both churches are the Cathedrals for as their respective Diocese. Lunch in Armagh at DeAverell House. Salad, lasagna I had a Belfast Ale, Headless Hound a light IPA ...
Heading south again. Checked out of Radisson and having coffee with Rosemary and Aaron look at yer man! We have loved every second of our time here and the Martins have treated us like family. Eric, the big marn, is in Cork and we miss him. How to say 'au ...
... Vegas a few months earlier. We went and played pool and drank Guinness! Which is surprisingly really good. I don't know what it is about Ireland but I some how like beer all of a sudden haha.
So Wednesday we were up super early to skype with Sami and Jake. So good to talk to them :) Then tried to sleep for a few more hours. Although the birds didn't really let us. We ventured into the city and did some walking around. Stopped in a little bar ...
Our final day in Northern Ireland. Yesterday we had a day doing our own thing so that meant travelling to Lurgan and visiting a meat processing plant, yes you read right. We visited Eurostock Foods who import Horizons meats from Blue Sky Meats, our freezing company. We were treated like royalty. Mervyn had set this meeting up with Chad (blue Sky export man) before we left home and they knew we were coming. Gary white, meet with us ...
... the addition of horse meat, but they can't get away with it this year!
The ferry trip was uneventful, but for the usual problem with all modern ferries, in that there is nowhere to sit other than in a bar or restaurant. This means that one has to buy expensive food or drink one was not intending to purchase and, if one is a bit queasy, one has to sit and smell other people’s food and drink. Fortunately the ...
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