Chimney Corner Hotel
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Today is Mother's Day. Normally every year, my sister and I go to a local shop, and get our mom countless potting flowers for her to put throughout her beautiful gardens around the house. This is despite her telling us to not spend any money on her, because she doesn't need anything (a common occurrence for her birthday and christmas as well). Well this year, I can't do that because I am 5000 km away.
So Mom, you got your way today. But ...
... 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 ...
Romy's house is full of arty things. Home made pictures line the walls, scarves hang from the windows and badges are pinned to the curtains. The girls shared a room with Romy's younger kids, Arthur and Hazy. Mel and I borrowed Romy's teenager's bedroom for a couple of days, until she came home and turfed us out. After that we camped in the living room.
Because of the storm, I'd assumed the weather would be awful ...
... all the international students to attend, and get to know one another. It wasn’t long before a trip to the nearest pub was planned for the same night (when in Ireland?). So a few hours later, we all headed out to the Lighthouse Pub down the road. It wasn’t long before I realized I would be getting to know people from all over the world, whose lifestyles ...
... coastal district, known as the Pale, governed directly by the English crown from Dublin Castle. Inland, the countryside was under the control of Gaelic Chieftains, such as the O'Toole and O'Byrne clans. It is notable for its mile-long promenade which stretches from the harbour, with its colony of Mute Swans, to the base of Bray Head at the southern end. Bray is home to many pubs and restaurants, including the first Porterhouse bar, ...