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The eve of the wedding, after an
eye-wateringly cold jog towards Bangor listening to Billy Bragg's 'The Great
Leap Forward’ my Czech cousins Lala, Jitka and their girls Alice and Hedwiga
and I drove to Belfast to do the open top bus tour and the Titanic museum
before meeting Mart and Lou for dinner at the most bombed hotel in Europe; the
This and other interesting facts I learnt
on the bus tour. Not ...
... sunny evening. A really beautiful spot, we think we'll take a picnic there tomorrow lunchtime if the weather permits. A big if. We'd sat on a variety of benches in the park, watching people walk by. Thirty or so minutes later Paul realised he didn't have his camera. I ran back to where I thought we'd left it and there it was ,sitting on a bench on a path with lots of people walking by. Think maybe this could only have happened in Ireland.
... out of me climbing over me trying to get to the loo, hehe. I thought I had read somewhere that there was a place to change money on arrival but unfortunately not and I had to take a taxi into town. Luckily the nice taxi driver charged me in Argentinian pesos when I couldn't pay him in Uruguayan pesos,lol. Downtown Montevideo is nothing to write home about compared to Buenos Aires, and it was raining...so I ended up ...
After receiving a great tip-off from Andy regarding a man who does black cab tours of Belfast we then arranged one the morning of the Tuesday. Needless to say it was probably one of the most fascinating tours I've ever been on.
We awoke and after breakfast we drove towards Belfast and met our guide outside the Crown Inn which an elegant Victorian-style pub. Its history is interesting as it was originally built by a Catholic-Protestant couple. As ...
... but we got to visit the worlds largest maze. Once we got there, Glen and his mother got out of the car and were off to feed the ducks while Steve and I headed towards the maze. Even though its cold outside and it rains most days, the upside of traveling in November is that there aren't as many tourists around. When we reached the maze Steve and I were completely alone. We went into the maze and walked around for a little while together checking the it ...