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... for and built the Titanic. Susie's great grandfather was an engineer working on the construction of the vessel. The Titanic was launched in 1911. Suzi's great grand decided, after losing his wife to an illness, to take a voyage to America in search of a better life. He left his two young sons with a relative in Belfast until he could afford to call for them. The youngest son was Suzi's grand father. The boys each were given two 1912 pennies when ...
I was looking forward today since I found out Lydia was coming.
It was Titanic day!
We were planning on being out of the house by 9, and thanks to the greenhouse windows letting the sun onto our beds, it happened.
We walked along the river to a building that looked like the front of the Titanic…wonder what that could be?!
Turns out it was Titanic, but also a Lego display, which both of us got ...
... and out of the cot a bit. Most of the time she slept on Kerrie's shoulder (Kerrie's choice of coarse!). Once we landed, we disembarked and immediately were hit by a wall of heat - welcome to Thailand! A 500 baht taxi ride and we arrived at one of the most beautiful hotels I've ever been fortunate enough to stay at. The staff were so welcoming, the hotel looked stunning and our room certainly did not disappoint. My wife did well choosing this ...
... walk, much too far for them. I wonder why they even bothered on the tour because this became a theme over the entire day. It was such a lovely day, I don't think we could have asked for a much better one, especially while we were on the coast for much of the trip. On our way back along the trail we ran into Jamie's old friend Laura not only from New Zealand but from little old Patea. Random ****. We had a quick catch up chat but were on a time limit so had to get back pretty ...
Our time in Northern Ireland was pretty different, and for a lot of reasons! First of all, although it's technically Ireland, it is considered Britain therefore we are now switched back to pounds for our currency, which pretty much means that we double anything in price for our Canadian dollar! We also had a time change, as we had daylight savings on our first night, so we are back to six hours difference from home! The first evening in Belfast we hung out ...
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