Travel Blogs from Dungannon
... in Stewartstown before pushing on to Cookstown, a bustling market town with an impressively wide and straight main road which we decide to tour a couple of times amidst busy traffic until we finally rejoin our route.
In theory, this should be simple as we have copies of the Sustrans maps with the recommended route clearly marked.
However, a couple of things tended to impact on this simplistic optimism:
1) Although the routes ...
... McCartan - ANYWHERE. UP-FRONT MAINLY. Stuart was a late comer into the squad, he struck the semi final winner from 18 yards and got a bench place in the final, which was well deserved.
Jason Patterson (J) - CENTRE MID. The white "Paul Ince" without being racist. J was a big like Steven Wilson, in and out of the team, not sure why.
Peter McIvor (Magoo) - CENTRE BACK/CENTRE FORWARD. Magoo could play anywhere and scored a few goals on route to the final, as well as filling ...
... we took the coastal route, through small seaside towns, and winding along the shore. It was beautiful, but it did slow us down quite a bit and we didn't arrive at Giant's Causeway until 4pm. The 7.5 pounds parking fee (which we initially refused to pay) was also the entrance fee. The causeway was interesting. Upclose you can see how the pieces aren't as similar to each other as they appear from a distance. Some of them have concave ...
I'm sitting here with a million things to do. In a matter of weeks, we'll be airborne - hubby, myself and our gang of six, on our big US adventure! The plan to date goes something like this. After touch down in D.C. we plan to roam the Shenandoah Valley, driving the Skyline Drive and part of the Blue Ridge Parkway, before making our way back up through Virginia and into Ohio. Sites to be seen ...
... on Springfield rd (yes I know I cant seem to escape this springfied theme!) which is just off Falls Rd is surrounded by a 3mtr brick wall and a likewise fence topped with razor wire! And the outside is covered with old exploded paint bombs. But although this all seems strange cause you wouldnt soo it in Oz it is helping us to understand more of why things are they are here. The people here are so far really friendly, genuine people ...
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