Nowhere, though, was the resiliency of human spirit more strongly evident than at Enniskillen, Northern Ireland. The city lies a short distance as the crow flies north of the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. In 1987, an IRA bombing killed 11 residents. That's a small number amid the turmoil in Northern Ireland, but the incident devastated this relatively small town. A monument that marks the spot, instead of encouraging anger, seems to strengthen the notion that continuing the hostilities in Northern Ireland won't do anything for the country's growth. The goal is to establish a lasting peace and get the warring factions to work as a team toward economic development. A well-educated and eager work force promises a bright future, which has attracted a variety of clean, high-tech industries. A walking tour of the city should include the Enniskillen Castle, St. Macartin's Cathedral, Town Hall, Buttermarket Craft and Design Center, and Blake's pub, the oldest in all of Northern Ireland, legend has it.