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... taken to America or eventually migrated backwards. My third observation is of how super friendly, open, and garrulous the Irish are in Ulster and how similar that seems to American southerners who are largely of Northern Irish extraction. Like the American South, this is one of the few places where complete strangers engage you in friendly conversation on the street or in the grocery store or in a pub. Where I’m from you generally ...
... of Ulster’s eight counties, the Protestant-majority ones,
remain part of the United Kingdom as Northern Ireland. County Antrim is the
northeastern most of the six, the area north and northwest of Belfast that
includes some very spectacular coastal scenery. We hit the coast just north of
Larne at a town named Ballygally. I love the village names here; there’s also
Ballykelly, Ballymoney, and Ballysally. The scenic route from Larne all the ...
... with the steak as it came with onion strings and roasted tomato. It also came with your choice of sauce so I got this roasted red pepper and chorizo cream sauce that complimented the steak so well. Easily one of my favourite meals this far! After I was thoroughly stuffed I decided to walk around and found this little place called Ramore Head, which was just a little hill type jut out from the land which allowed for great photos and an amazing view of the ...
... sweeping it up around and beneath a diner who seemed oblivious.
The other waiter was a boy somewhere between 16 and 22. When I asked him what time sunset was here, he told me he really didn't pay attention to things like that. There was also one girl, who clearly was "in charge". They all walked around asking if everything was alright, in a distinctly Faulty fashion. They couldn't seem to understand how we could refuse a drink (we'd been in ...
... information that it was hard to retain all of it. The facts presented by Stevie gave us new insight into the situation. The news media "spun" it differently to get the result they wanted. Some basics....but I cannot go into all the details and forgive me if I get things wrong. Basically it started as far back as 1916 when a group tried to get freedom from England. They were small and were easily crushed by the British. The Civil Rights movement in ...
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