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... tea". We found out later that this actually means dinner. Leo became very emotional and thanked us for stopping by. He thought we were a message from God. Catholics and Protestans show up together as friends at his church, the place were he will always feel save.
At that point I didn't realize how special we would have been to Leo if Cedric really was a Protestant. It is something that is so normal to us. Being equal, not even asking for each others beliefs. ...
... spare ribs cooked in honey mustard, then served chicken breast and fresh vegetables and finally for desert we had berry mousse on biscuit..it was all delicious. On top of this we had a constant flow of red or white wine and entertained prior to each course and at the end..brilliant night. managing to wake up early this morning we were on the road by 7.15. We had slept in the carpark of the castle that had strict signs up saying "No overnight parking" but we had a good excuse of to ...
... was "rebuilt" apparently in 1420.
Over the sea to Ireland
Last Saturday, we flew from Gatwick airport to Belfast and we are currently staying at my cousin Linda's on site caravan which is literally a stone throw to the water (Irish Sea) at Ballywalter. Weather has not been that good, but they have promised some sunshine later in the week, between 2 and 2:15pm I think!
We can ...
... more staggering than the Victoria Square Mall. This massive mall features unique architecture, in that it is both and indoor and outdoor mall. In a style reminiscent of the new addition to Kings Cross Station, the central courtyard of the shopping mall is covered by a large glass dome. It is a clever combination of the ambiance of main street shops with the comforts of the modern shopping mall.
At 2:00pm it was time for my tour of Belfast City Hall, a ...
... faces disappearing into the ocean. People used to climb across a single rope bridge (and back again with their fishing catch of the day). Luckily for us they have upgraded the old rope bridge to a more permanent and sturdy construction but it was still daunting with a 30m drop under your feet into the rocks and ocean below and the cross winds blowing a gale. It was such a pretty area though we were all glad we were brave enough to do the crossing. Fittingly we had fish for ...