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Travel Blogs from Limavady
I had what I call a productive lazy day today.
A day where I got my book, I got my lunch and I went and sat down at the festival and did not much for a long time.
It was nice to relax for a while, because I am moving on tomorrow and who knows what that will hold!
Very short entry today, because I need to pack up my bag and we all know how long that is going to take!
Lisa xo ...
... been looking at all week was open.
I was not giving up my chance to see The Fault in our Stars on the big screen.
But boy! Did I go from being happy and enjoying great music to being a sobbing mess!
I thought the book was emotional! And I didn’t bring tissues…
I could not stop thinking about my friend back home with Leukaemia and wishing things were different. That just made me cry harder.
What a day that was!
Lisa xo ...
So firstly, I need to admit that travelling really screws up my pattern of remembering and changes it to unremembering. That is now a word.
Sowwy Mahhh….twas your birfday, and I dids forget. Habbuhberfdeh.
But to be fair to myself now, when Mudda reminded me it was still the 18th and Facebook doesn’t remind me until the day over here. So I get let off thanks to Facebook. Phew. Still what a shoddy ...
... the worst of the troubles. It was really interesting to get a first hand perspective on things by someone who had lived through it all, it was an amazing experience. He had some books and posters to show us, and to sell to us if we were interested. Daz and I bought a book and one of each poster, and Steve and Leah bought a book and a poster, so I think it ended up being worth the trip for him! After chatting for a while, we squished back into his car and went back to the murals. It ...
... windey roads - very green countryside. We see orange sheep that have just been dipped. We pass through Ballycastle. The flowers in Scotland and Ireland are huge begonias and so pretty. The tiny roads aren't built for coaches. Maybe this is why this coach has so much less room in it than last years Europe tours coach. We see lots of hydrangeas in all colours in front gardens. We reach the Giants Causeway which is 50 - 60 million years old. We take the bus down and back to ...