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... 7 cellos and 3 basses for our concerts for this tour. I was not expecting the cellos to be in hard cases and the basses to be in flight shipping cases. When the instruments are packed like this - it is huge and takes up so much space. (We will take a picture of it tomorrow so you can see just how big….) We have a smaller bus than normal with a trailer and we had arranged the trailer to hold all the suitcases expecting the instruments to go under the bus. ...
... start... and Katie almost fell asleep on the couch.
Now there is something else that I should mention at this point- Belfast is bloody freezing!! We all thought it would be sort of like London, like light jacket and jeans weather... we were wrong! So after food we hit up Primark for hoodies, scarves and tights to wear under our jeans.
Back to the hostel to change and freshen up and then we went to McNasty's (great ...
... blimmin sun rises at 4.15am. It's really playing havoc on my body clock. 4.15am is about as daylight as 7.00am in NZ so I naturally wake at that time. It's 5.15am at the minute and I'm up writing on my travel pod as I just can't sleep....I'm hoping by the end of the week we adjust and get back into a normal sleep pattern. Today Sam and I are heading off to have a day to ourselves in Belfast City - im super excited about that! We haven't ventured into Belfast city yet so I can't ...
... and ended up walking the whole way to the Center. They toured the dockyard where the Titanic was constructed. In its time it was the largest man-made moving structure in the world. They then headed to the Ginger Bistro and met others from the team for dinner. I had been wanting to eat there, thought it was Asian fusion, but I guess it wasn't, great dinner nevertheless, good seafood, Alan home by ...
... at 8 pounds an adult, it nevertheless filled
in my gaping mortar holes of knowledge about the Northern island situation. It
has been another civil war, like the Arab/Israeli conflict that has been a
constant feature of my childhood. Thankfully, this one seems to have been
resolved to such an extent that they can now take big red tour buses into
former war zones. After 30 years of hell the tour guide declared, Belfast is