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... appeared very tame send quite young. Back roads, scenery change, quite coastal Taranaki, waiteika road, wiremu road, te Kiriish. Investigated Sixmilecross on the way. 3pm arrived An Creagan where we have a delightful wee cottage for 3 nights. Compact kitchen, dining lounge, and upstairs a bedroom ensuite. Perfect. Returned to Sixmilecross down Tulleyneill road past Pat and Maryanne Owens, who is Kevin's fathers 1st cousin, for Guinness and cider in the Whistler! Kevin thought ...
Travel day 408,365.And this one is pretty hard to come to terms with.Since moving to Scotland on the 24th of October
2013, today I am leaving.It’s been a long time, but a great one. I have met people I
call family, and others who I am so blessed to even have in my life.I have a wonderful time, but you know…it’s time to go.And Northern Ireland ...
Woke up to grey clouds and drizzle however after an hour the clouds have gone and a clear blue sky is above It's a good day for a race !!! Race practice sessions start at 9.30 so out I go !!! Had a walk down to the river area and things started to get busy. It's training session and all the teams are out on the road. Every 5 minutes another one goes by. Never seen a time trial before - the noise from the bikes very ...
... and result in over 50,000 explosions throughout the island.
As you will all know, the 1960's was the era of the Civil Rights movement in the United States, with Martin Luther J. King fighting for the rights of African Americans. Inspired by this example, Catholics in Northern Ireland (who formed a sizeable minority) started advocating for greater rights: for example Catholics had restricted voting rights in the North, and suffered employment discrimination. ...
... see why the wall hasn't come down. A lot of the fighting is now done in the political houses but they still say "if your catholic and you've got a Protestant mate and you wanna go for a beer you meet in the city centre or 'safe zone' and vice versa. Overall we had a fab time! Ireland was full of Fantatsic scenery, friendly people, good food, funny languages (sometimes to the point of not been able to understand) and great history. There whiskey wasn't too bad ...