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2017-06-22 14:00
The North Sandwich Islands When Captain James Cook sailed around the world, he must have been feeling extremely hungry. This can be the only explanation for the number of places he named aft… Read More
2017-06-22 04:00
The Unhappy Beach – Maldives Due to the onset of Global Warming and the rising of sea levels, some of the beaches in the Maldives have stopped being crescent shaped and are now reverse… Read More
2017-06-21 21:00
The next thing Knowles knew was that hot air was being blown into his ear and something warm and sticky was caressing his face. The back of his head hurt like hell and he could feel some mat… Read More
2017-06-21 14:07
I have written a novel about a Bulldog Drummond type character, but set it in the modern day of Brexit and right-wing racism. I am not sure if it will work, perhaps you could let me know? &l&hell…Read More
2017-06-21 04:00
The interior of the eight-storey building provides 130,000 square feet of space. Its centrepiece is a series of interpretive galleries exploring aspects of the building, design, sinking and… Read More
2017-06-20 21:00
The site was discovered by a local historian George Barnett in the late 1930s during peat cutting when precisely 1,269 stones were uncovered. The site was partially excavated in the four yea… Read More
2017-06-20 14:00
The ‘peace’ didn’t last, because in 1594 the Ulster chieftains rebelled against the English, in what came to be known as the Nine Years War or Tyrone’s Rebellion afte… Read More
2017-06-20 04:00
In 1588, the crew of the Girona, a ship of the line from the Spanish Armada, mistook the feature The Chimney, part of the outcrop at The Giant’s Causeway, for Dunluce Castle, where the… Read More
2017-06-19 21:00
Taking the A505 westwards from Cookstown in County Tyrone, I found my right-hand turning to the Beaghmore Stone Circles after about 15 minutes. Having just visited the Giant’s Causeway… Read More
2017-06-19 14:00
The iconic Titanic Belfast building is located on Queen’s Island, used for many years by the shipbuilders Harland and Wolff, who built huge slipways and graving docks to accommodate th… Read More

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