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Travel Blogs from Bangor
Into Dublin this morning, Jenn and Dennis went to the Guiness factory and we went to Trinity College to see 'The Book of Kells'. On the way Keith and I stopped in and had a wander round Dublin Castle. At Trinity we joined a tour. The young under graduate took ages to tell us about the college, and how it was the first uni to have women, apart from ...
... touring couchsurfing couple I had hosted in Wick. My hosts lived at a countryside house with swimming pool surrounded by vineyards near Bergerac. Laure and Jean Michel had themselves done a big cycle tour around S. America, so we shared stories in an amusing mixture of French, Spanish and English (their daughter was our translator). A massive feed, a soft bed, a swimming pool and home comforts were just the ticket!
Niall and his mate Ed ...
I jumped ship Saturday 13th, catching the 19:00 Ferry from Belfast to Stranraer. After an overnight bus journey and a 2 hour stop over in Birmingham I arrived in Plymouth 14:20 Sunday.
Text Message from Viv, 13:40 Sunday 13th:
Will be doing ...
... a twenty euro note into her hand in the pretence of shaking it. As our eyes met I felt at one with this brave woman, we would ALL do whatever it took (wouldn’t we?) to support our family regardless of the situation, that’s just what family does!
We made a group decision to enjoy a group lunch after the museum visiting a gorgeous Irish Pub selected by Mr Tour Guide aptly named the Belfast Inn. We took our seats around small tables, ordered a drink ...
... established 1614!!
Stunning bride and handsome groom decked out in tails.
A lovely warm vibe with Roberta's large extended family and a good crowd representing new Plymouth.
The guinness was flowing and luka was most impressed with his beverage choices. At one point he came racing up to me exclaiming "mum the cokes are free!" lol love it. Poor deprived child.
After a lovely meal Of typical Irish fare and the most incredible selection ...