Premier Inn Carrickfergus
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... for special task 4 - another mental challenge. Fact gathering was the name of the game for this one and we scurried about reading historical info from posters and plaques. There were lots of familiar faces from previous races spotted in these tight quarters, everyone offering words of encouragement and suggestions as to where the elusive flag room might be! At one point some helpful tourists even offered an answer to one of the ...
... mass at the summit during sunrise. Some people take it even more seriously and climb up every morning for an entire week, barefoot. This might not sound too impressive, until you actually go up the mountain yourself. The first half isn't terrible, but as you get close to the top (764 meters high) the path is incredibly steep, with nothing but loose rocks to slow you down. It took our group (people from FWM) just under two hours to reach the summit, and it was ...
... the original mistake of entering the bridge with a group of kids. What with bouncing and swaying, I had my "issues" with heights reaffirmed. Once on the island, we took the obligatory photographs, calmed the nerves and recrossed. A helpful young woman offered to film Ches and I recrossing the bridge. We now have 2 seconds of us and 30 seconds of vertigo inducing footage of rocks and ropes. I have no idea of what she thought she was filming.
... is nice though is also how at home we now feel in London. Arriving back yesterday was like coming home, our house is nice, we popped down to our local kebab shop for dinner and then are enjoying the warmth and sun that is finally here. It really now has become our home and while we are going to be so happy to come back to Aus, it is nice that we are so comfortable here!
Next stop on our adventures is our Anzac Day trip to Gallipoli and then a few days in Turkey! So excited! ...
... will help them become better derby players. As the night finished and I hugged all the girls I couldn’t help but feel
sad. I told them all that we will keep in touch on Facebook and I was excited to watch them grow as a team. One of the refs graciously offered to take me home and that was the end of the night.
I may have left the Belfast Roller Derby team, but Karen will be skating
with them soon.