Ostan Loch Altan
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... rather than apprehension about whether I would be able to cope with the activities. Last appointment with my physio tomorrow morning for final advice on how to keep flexible while we are away. Her efforts so far have been a game-changer.
So - you'll hear from us again as we take off for Rio on Wednesday at lunchtime.
The camp site we stayed in was ON the border - the Irish Free State/the Republic of Ireland was over the fence.
Drove to the city of Londonderry. Originally called Derry, the city only became Londonderry when the London Livery companies set up branches there on the 1800s.
So much history here. Walked along the walls, looking at canons, including Roaring Meg, used in the Siege of Derry in 1689. The story of ...
... walk to and from the bridge. David, the ranger, told us Ireland as a whole is to drive on the right side of the road, at a date to be set. The changeover will be staggered; coaches and trucks one weekend, cars and bikes the next!! Then on to the Giants Causeway. The giant Finn McCool built this amazing basalt column stairway so he could visit his girlfriend on Staffa in the Scottish Hebrides opposite, without getting his feet wet! (we took the kids ...
... boat around the islands off the coast. It was so pretty. It was also frightening being on this tiny speed boat cruising around. After this, we went back to the house. We then got ready for dinner. After dinner, we had an Irish dancing class. It was fun to learn some traditional Irish dancing, even though I was horrible at it. We then went back to the house and talked until late in the night with some of the people from the house. ...
... of religious ritual, territorial markers and built to last forever. It is still possible to see the decorations on the structural stones around the outside. Drove on through Slane where there is a castle right high in the riverbank corner, then on to Collon for lunch. Time was getting away from us so had to forego one walk near Carlingford(!) and headed further north to Oxford Island at the southern end of Lough Neagh. This is the biggest inland lake in Britain (now in Northern ...