10 things almost everyone in Derry should have done by the age of 40

We're a proud country with a wealth of traditions and diverse activities, some outstanding scenery and places to visit.

Wednesday, 28th November 2018, 4:27 pm
Updated Tuesday, 8th January 2019, 10:01 pm
These truly are the breakfast of Derry champions and if you haven't tried one yet then you are in for a pleasant surprise.

Here are 10 things we reckon almost everyone in Derry should have done by the time they’re 40.

Does a better ice-breaker exist? However, taxi men and women all over Derry must be fed-up hearing it all of the time.
It's the ultimate summer holiday preparation which Derry people have been partaking in for decades.
Contrary to popular belief credit and debit card pin numbers are the exact same in length outside of Derry.
Derry very rarely gets prolonged periods of warm weather but when it does the true Derry natives come out in force to complain about how "roastin" and "boilin" they are.
Derry people are cheery at the best and worst of times but when asking one another how they enjoyed Christmas their vocabulary limited with most describing their Yuletide break as "quiet".
Man, woman, child or beast, there can be no excuses, dressing up in Derry for Hallowe'en is an absolute must for anyone living here.
It's one of the city's most striking landmarks and is enjoyed by locals and visitors alike.
It might not be Old Trafford but there's nothing like heading over to the Ryan McBride Brandywell Stadium on a crisp winter's evening with a bag of chips and a mineral to cheer on Derry City.
The city's most famous landmark and is enjoyed in equal measure by both locals and tourists. If you've been fit and healthy for the last 40 years and have not walked the walls then you really should try and so something about it.
These truly are the breakfast of Derry champions and if you haven't tried one yet then you are in for a pleasant surprise.