Deer Park Hotel Golf & Spa
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... meal- fish n chips that was delicious. We then made our way to the cliffs where we hiked. The pictures do not do this place justice, it was absolutely incredible. We probably walked about 6 miles total for the day, but it was so worth it. We lucked out too because the weather was chilly, but sunny which is obviously kinda rare especially this time of year. After seeing the sun go down we made our way back to the Dart to make our journey back. It was the best day so far! ...
... so long in the unknown once my time there truly started. The sheer joy and happiness that abounded in the simplicity of everyday life- the laughter with my family, the thrill of swimming in the ocean with all the kids, the hustle and bustle of the chicken bus and the joy of the simple relations with those people who shared the journey. And then the reminder of the exhaustion- due to the heat, the insufferable inferno that raged, unending, ...
... It was rather pricey so we gave it a miss and walked back via Victoria Square. After a rest in the van we set off to find a parking spot closer to the Ulster Museum and Botanic Gardens but no luck. Then we went off in search of LPG but the first place didn't have it any more and after driving round in circles in rush hour traffic we gave up and went and parked by the coast just before the terminal to wait for the ferry at 11.30pm. It was a very smooth ...
... actual stall. Roisin went first and all seemed normal. Luckily I stayed close to the door as Roisin's biggest fear was about to be realized - stuck in a toilette !!! I heard a high pitched sound - then realized it was 'Bob' 'Bob' 'I am stuck in the loo'. I found a merchant who helped rescue Roisin. She was safe and sound if not a bit rattled. I knew after my first tour that I would return to the Indian ...
... trail with great affection with her. I knew she was there with me, we knew that we had a lot of things we'd like to talk, we wanted to share experiences, laughs at random to give, but it was not necessary, just being together there in that wonderful setting, feeling the effort our bodies, our breath was more than strong enough to be perfect.
We arrived at the same point of departure, after many, many hours. The trail was a walk across the city over the mountain ...