Kee'S Hotel, Leisure & Wellness Centre
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The destination today is a little village called Ramelton. Its near the Northern Island/UK border and the city of Londonderry. I am staying in a house found on airbnb. The drive takes about 3 hours. I stop off in a place called Letterkenny and walk around the high street and the main shopping mall before heading to my accommodation.
I have chosen a house rather than camping for a few reasons. The first is the rain and wind. The second is there are no camp grounds ...
... and there is a statue in the town. Bundoran, just down the road is a more touristy resort, whereas Killybegs on the way up to the cliffs is a proper fishing port, if you fancy a fish supper.
The roads are good riding, and there are many strange things to see on the way round this area. There is some great surfing to be had, and a huge beach at Murvagh which was almost deserted.
After a day ...
... went up to Darren jumping up and down in excitement yelling "Dean McLaughlin!!" We thought they must have known him, but had he name wrong (its pretty close to Darren McLennan!) but then they turned around when Ciaran walked over and did the exact same thing to him! And then to Daz as well!! Crazy girls! But at least they were having a good time! When we had finished our drinks, we decided to head off, and went up onto the city walls and walked around to the cannons with the ...
... Ireland, who had been staying at the hotel where we lunched. Apparently he doesn't have quite the entourage Obama does as I didn't see s single Secret Service type around and we had no problem entering the hotel. Glencomlclle was beautiful. The scenery varied from limestone studded mountains to green valleys and the Donegal Bay. There is a pilgrimage trek one can take that takes at least 3-1/2 hours, stopping at ...
... refuge in various locales; they come from all over, mostly from Northern Ireland but two from Zimbabwe and one incredible woman from Somalia. Maryama has been a guiding light of inspiration over the past few days.
We talked about the process that led to this most recent Theatre of Witness production. Teya Sepinuck, the Artistic Director, leads a group of six individuals through interviews, conversations and rehearsals ...