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... than the one that dominated the nightly news throughout my childhood. We heard about an alternative arts community that flourished despite serious restrictions, and continues to flourish. We learned about The Entries, which are narrow little alleyways dotted throughout Belfast, which used to be the entries into Belfast Castle. The castle is long gone, but these little corridors remain in the town, handy little unseen side streets to house pubs and other ...
... is a huge castle there which was built in memory of King Fergus of Scotland. You can see Scotland just across the water and can catch a ferry to Scotland which takes a little under an hour. After Carrickfergus we headed further north onto Larne which is another seaside port. All of the towns in Ireland have huge hanging flower baskets up the streets. Ive never seen anything so stunning. The flowers are so pretty I have been taking plenty of pictures to show ...
... grow and will encourage and support them in Sri Lanka
- Being away from home for the first time, that they will know the protection and presence of God.
- That they will embrace every new experience and be an incredible witness
- That they settle into the culture, heat, food and way of life.
So stay tuned as we blog our way through Lanka13….I predict there will be mention of elephants, emotions and encounters within the first ...
... tour and drinking tour of Belfast City Pubs. Belfast reminded me of any big City in England. The Union Jack was everywhere. Their accent kind of sounded a little like a Scottish accent but I would never say that to them lol
My favourite pub we went to was one that was in a laneway. The laneway was full of red flowers all over the walls. It was so very pretty and the atmosphere was buzzing. Everyone just soaking up the sunshine in this ...
... the middle of nowhere!
To get to said spot we turned off the main road onto a dirt road at the end of which was a bit of an incline to get back onto another main road. Testing my clutch control and handbrake skills I managed to get the Micra up the slope with a bit too much revving to be met with a 'burning-the-clutch out' smell I haven't encountered in a while! So we decided we wouldn't be so adventurous with our itty-bitty car again! ...
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