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Travel Blogs from Bangor
Took the bus from Dublin to Belfast today, passed a town called Newry which had a bar called 'Art Bar Funkel'...couldn't resist passing that along. Then to continue the strange, the first yard we came across there had the words 'rot in hell Maggie' mowed into ...
... guy writing out our 'Compostelas' laughed when he read my name off my 'Credencial'. 'Neil Armstrong', he said, 'Really'!!! Still getting that 40 years on...cheers mum!
We left and grabbed some breakfast and did a bit of souvenir shopping before heading back to the hotel to check out. More free beers from Roberto sent us on our way and our trip was nearly over.
Fantastic memories and I hope you have enjoyed the Blog.
Finally, Craig and I wish to thank ...
Really fun hostel with a crazy old Scottish man who sang and danced for me everyday, hillarious.
First day I went to the amazing Causeway coast to see the rock formations, with a few aling the way, made friends with 2 Germab girls in the bus.
That night everyone was partying, I got told to leave the hostel because I was being a bit to loud so I went out, met skme nice Irish girls who took me ...
... cleaning out the fuel tank!!
We then headed out to sea to "prove" the engine, which involved running the engine at 50% the 75% and 100% for fifteen minutes at a time. It is exceptionally windy here, but thankfully
not a massive swell.
Back in Bangor marina coming alongside was difficult because we were continually blown off the pontoon in the high wind. But there were a couple of kind souls who grabbed lines for us ...
... political party that was far more demure there was still a faction of the ‘old’ movement that remained and a radical few who enjoyed stirring the pot occasionally. As I stood bug eyed on the footpath cautiously watching events unfold before me I could not believe that in MY lifetime I would be standing roadside in Belfast witnessing a REAL Sinn Fein Protest March.
The Deaf Centre as it’s known locally was just 2 blocks from the March and I noticed ...