Only 2 hours or so of work (I say 'work', what I mean is 'sitting at my desk, doing anything but
work) then I start heading north again, this time to Ayr (Scotland) and from there, hopefully, across to the northern coast of Ireland - Malin Head.
Malin is well known in diving circles as being some of the best diving you can do in the the UK, some might say the world ; the wrecks are deep (typically around 65 metres / 215 feet down) but big, largely intact, and impressive. There's a battleship, an old White Star liner (the RMS Justicia), various other wrecks, and lots of submarines, from Operation Deadlight at the end of WWII.
Some pictures from my last visit there are already up on dA:Hanging Around IIU-2511 bowU-2511 conning towerU-2511U-155A helping handOminous omens
and of course, I'll be taking my trusty dive-station-signing-in-buddy:Dive buddy
as he'd get annoyed if I left him at home
Anyway, the upshot of this is that:
a) I won't have internet access so can't
your stuff in the next week, much as I'd like to
b) I might come back with more pictures of the wrecks - I'm taking a tripod down with me this time which I'm sure will be entertaining. We only get 25-30mins max on the bottom, so I'll have to be quick when setting it up...
c) I can't think of a 'c', but felt obliged to have one anyway.
Have a lovely week, everyone