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Friday, 17 May 2013

Well today highlighted two different approaches to preparation for the walk.  Austin and Pauline trekked to the top of a 2000ft Welsh mountain carrying full backpacks. In all honesty that is what Mary and I should be doing. Anyway we, on the other hand, were being entertained to lunch at Little Flower Girls School. For those following this blog who can still remember school lunches this was an experience you would not have had. This was not a school lunch, this was equal or even better than most of the top restaurants in the city. Mind you over the years this has become the standard I have witnessed in everything done by this great school.  The 6th form hospitality students under the expert guidance from their teacher Joanne Mc Aloran treated the staff to a magnificent array of French and Spanish cuisine. The stuffed peppers, spiced chicken and savoury meatballs were all mouth watering and worth every penny donated by the staff towards our selected charities. We would like to again thank Mary Collins the principal, her staff and pupils for the kindness, generosity and support they have shown to our family. Who will ever forget the school choir during the Mass of the Angels.
On a more negative note we still have no bank details from the Ulster Bank but we live in hope. Maybe we will have them by Monday.

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