Bramble Lodge

1 Bryansburn Road, Bangor, County Down, Northern Ireland, BT20 3RY, United Kingdom | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Bangor

Ferry, Family, Ferrans and Fairs

A travel blog entry by afromont on Jul 12, 2014

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... punctuated by the raucous laughter of groups of Scots on a bender presumably to join in with the 12th July marches and starting their trip with copious amounts of beer. We drove to Bangor, and arrived at my cousin, Shirley's house in the afternoon. It was a beautiful day, so we made the most of it by going to Ballyhome Bay, where I and my sister, Kathryn, spent many a summer holiday as kids, playing in the sand and swimming off ...

Arrive in London and getting ready to head!

A travel blog entry by daz4065 on Jul 30, 2013

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... into the unknown. I have never been to Asia and for me there was a real sense of excitement that I hadn't felt before. I mean, how would I cope with signs in a completely alien script? How would I communicate or indeed find my way around??

Took the train to London Bridge and then headed to ...

Highlands, Lowlands & the Land of the Leprechauns

A travel blog entry by binky89 on Apr 24, 2013

... Bink proudly claims " I swear there is more ice in here than when I started".

We're off to Blarney soon and will update you all on the Castle, the Kiss and whether Bren manages to convince us that golf is a necessity.

Love you all...Brinky

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"Enjoy the rest of your trip... Now go out and get drunk!" - Helen, Titanic Dock & Pump House tour guide in response to 'What can you recommend we see and do while in ...

The Belfast "Peace Wall"

A travel blog entry by djsheed on Jul 22, 2012

63 photos

... to describe what I saw. This wall was at least 30 feet tall if not higher, built in different materials of concrete, metal, and fencing at different stages as it went up. There were murals, paints, legitimate art, graffiti lining the entirety of the wall, which in this portion at least was at least a quarter of a mile, but probably not more than half a mile. It is like the wall in Israel, the wall in Iraq, and the former Berlin Wall. It denoted that high of a level of ...

New Plymouth reunion in Ireland.

A travel blog entry by marinovich2011 on May 26, 2011

3 comments, 23 photos

... route ( some great pics Shirley)
Giant's causeway is a world heritage listed area (bucket list - tick) due to freak of nature geology. Unfortunately can not yet load pics (JB-help!!) but will do this when I work this out. Nik and I tramped down in rain only to be
passed by julz iv & kids on bus! Anyway, felt like we earned our guinness and dinner at a wee pub called the
nook. Luka advised it made the best fish bites ever! (I think he was hungry)

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