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Travel Blogs from Derry
I had what I call a productive lazy day today.
A day where I got my book, I got my lunch and I went and sat down at the festival and did not much for a long time.
It was nice to relax for a while, because I am moving on tomorrow and who knows what that will hold!
Very short entry today, because I need to pack up my bag and we all know how long that is going to take!
Lisa xo ...
... been looking at all week was open.
I was not giving up my chance to see The Fault in our Stars on the big screen.
But boy! Did I go from being happy and enjoying great music to being a sobbing mess!
I thought the book was emotional! And I didn’t bring tissues…
I could not stop thinking about my friend back home with Leukaemia and wishing things were different. That just made me cry harder.
What a day that was!
Lisa xo ...
... I wanted to spread things out and not rush things, but everything is so close together and small that it actually is possible to do everything in a day. But I didn’t.
I did the wall walk, which was brilliant! The tour guide knew so so much about it and gave us stories along the way that really added to it. I never understood why Londonderry cam to be until he explained it. I probably could have worked it out by typing ...
... Lee. Barry was pleasant enough, but it was Lee who struck a chord with me. He was an accountant in a previous life who shunning the outrageous salary and permanency of the city life, had within a few weeks began this new career on half as much money and twice as many working hours, most of them away from home.
On a number of occasions we remarked on the similarities of our careers, having been through something vaguely similar myself, and we got along ...
... our first hot meal in five days and warm showers all round we had a relaxed evening recounting tales of adventure. It wasn’t until the following morning and time to start planning our onward travels that we made a horrifying discovery…..we had left our laptop (which we affectionately call Eee) on the airplane! After a few frantic phone calls and a couple agonizing hours of waiting, we were relieved to discover that the cleaning crew had ...