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... The BBQ Fundraiser turned out to be an amazing day with a huge turnout and LOTS of food. There was a lot of work involved in organising and making sure things ran smoothly, so thanks to those who helped by bringing some lovely desserts (mmm!) or helping the 'cheff’ to keep focused on his job ;) But most of all I want to thank everyone who donated, whether you came or unfortunately couldn’t make it.
It’s thanks to all of you that ...
... marina in Glenarm and decided it would be a good place to spend the night. When it cleared up a bit we went for a walk through the pretty village and for a 3.5km circuit through the forest that had some impressive waterfalls after all the rain. Three other vans had joined us by the time we got back. We awoke to a clear day the next morning so set off before it clouded over. A policeman asked us to pull over less than a minute away because a band was coming- the Londonderry ...
... see one of them that is repairing an oil rig from Brazil.
This afternoon we went on a bus tour along the sea coast and stopped at The Pub on the Pier 36 at Donaghadee, Northern Ireland, for an Irish coffee. The weather was cold and rainy, so our group welcomed the warmth of the pub and the free drink.
I also welcomed the opportunity to use free WIFI while in the pub. Some others, however, elected to walk ...
... It was a very interesting tour and opened my eyes up to the events that went on in Ireland. I can not speak of the history as I am uneducated on the events but here is a run down of our day. We first went to the Catholic side where Paddy (our taxi driver, not a tour guide, who grew up in Ireland in the times of the troubles) gave us a run down of the conflict. "The Troubles" refers to the three decades of violence between the ...
Lesson of the day: When moving to a new city, don't just follow your friends around as they navigate their way through the foreign streets and windy roads. Make sure you figure out how to get around as well. This may seem straight forward to most people, but not to me! I came from the small town of Midland where the streets are numbered as First, Second, Third, Fourth Street, etc going one way, ...