Travel Blogs from Dungannon
evening when we came back to the hostfamily , Mary wanted to
show us a castle near her house .She was very excited about
that but when we arrived unfortunately the castle was closed because
it was a private event.We were very happy contrary to Mary because we
were very ...
Friday afternoon, we went in a Irish PUB. First an old man learned us Irish
dance .It was funny , and not really hard. But when we
tried to do it we mistook the step . We couldn't really saw the step
of the man because we were many poeple and the stage wasn't really
big for us . After ...
... is very young for her age and after feeding us a very nice brunch of ham, tomatoes, cheese and bread (we haven't eaten so well in ages!!!) took us to see the homestead. See pics. It is along a narrow windy unnamed lane off Mullaslin Road (Mull-a-slin). It is undergoing renovation, appears to be gutted out. Looks to have been renovated and modified many time over the years, but Maryanne Owens said this is the homestead that all the family left from over ...
Gortin, Sunday 6 October
On the way up North we stopped at Bellingham Castle, in the town of Castlebellingham. The 'castle' was owned by Marian's uncle until quite recently and this is where we had our Irish wedding reception in 1980.
... any trouble when im away. I also got my self a backpack :) only arrived today and i am delighted with it. was bit out of my price range but seeing that i will have to lump it around with me everywhere i thought just go for it. Its an Osprey Kestrel 58L it cost £120. let me just advise anyone who is going to bye their first backpack that it isnt easy. there is soo ...