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... Belfast. On our way to the busstation a march passed by. It was a Protestant march. We asked a driver in front of the traffic light why the march was being held. "I guess it's just boredom, they do this all the time. I don't know why they do it now, they had one last week." The girl next to him: "If you really wanna know you could ask someone else, we're catholics you see."
I said goodbye to Eric and Cedric at the busstation and traveled to Dublin where Naomi ...
... the camaraderie we had in the Paddywagon, but they weren't awful. Although there was this one American chick by herself that was Focking weird. Like I am certain she spends more time in World of Warxraft than reality type of weird. After the first stop, she switched her seat and took another gals seat. When the gal asked for it back she got all *****y and said no you can sit somewhere else. What the FOCK! Then when we were getting back on the bus after the first stop, ...
... Brian dropped us off at a lovely pub in downtown Belfast called The Crown - named such because the designer installed a painted crown on the floor of the entrance. The idea being, "a crown to honor her majesty, but the Catholics can still wipe their feet on it." I had a Guinness beef pie and Randy had the Lamb stew. Both with beer, of course, and both excellent. I tried a lager called Carlsberg, which is brewed in Denmark and is huuuuuge in Europe. Was pretty good. The ...
... The museum itself was amazing but the stockyard really took our breaths away, when we would try to visualize just how massive the cruise ships really were and how incredible the man labor used to create it really was. If you are ever in Belfast, this is a must stop. We ventured a bit through the city and then hopped back on the train back to Dublin to catch dinner and a drink at a pub with the ...
... they were from Dubbo and were wearing the shirts everyday to promote Dubbo. We then drove onto Killarney and found Ross Castle in the heart of Killarney National Park. The weather was perfect and the landscaped, again, spectacular. We walked and admired the lakes, fields, mountains and wildlife. It's not what we expected of Ireland, yes we knew it would be green and lush but to be like a rain Forrest in parts was not what I was expecting. It was so lovely ...