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... in Armagh. Who was to know it was Georgian Day 2014 in Armagh County. Street festival, light show, Christmas lights, crepes, families lining the streets. The Irish sure have Christmas down pat. It might be cold but they distract you with the pretty lights. A closing note - a small boy at the festival standing outside an apple stall was overheard to say "not even a starving kid in Africa would want an apple". OBESITY EPIDEMIC: ...
Drove from our camp to Cairnryan, the terminal for our ferry to Northern Ireland. The circle closes again! After we had been to Arromanche, in northern France to see the Mulberry Harbour created for the D-Day landings, we arrived today at Cairnryan. This was one of several places where the enormous floating concrete blocks were manufactured, that were then towed across ...
Headed to the North-West and the Belleek Pottery factory. This was originally founded by John Caldwell-Bloomfield. He married into the Caldwell family. Went on the tour through the factory. Bought a small piece to bring home in the luggage. Could have spent a lot of money! Next stop was Castle Caldwell. This was in ruins and very overgrown. Travelled the scenic route beside Lower Lough Erne and then headed to Kilkeel where we are staying the night with ...
... it put it all in perspective for me. I think I finally found the topic for my Thesis. We had another hour or so to walk around Belfast before heading off.
Our next stop, The Giant's Causeway. This was on the way to County Derry (or London Derry, or Legend-Derry depending on your perspective over the English rule). This was a formation on the coast of the ocean that comprised of about 40,000 column-rocks that were a result of a volcanic eruption. I don't think ...
... girl in the world can be said in the same way as two men of the past!
I cannot rest from travel : I will drink
Life to the lees: all times I have enjoyed
Greatly, have suffered greatly, both with those
That loved me, and alone;
I am become a name;
For always roaming with a hungry heart
Must have I seen and known; cities of men
And manners, climates, councils, governments,