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... walked, with hundreds of others along a path which so reminded us of our cow race!!! 130 steps - (I can vouch for that today, the legs are certainly letting me know!) Xmas and David! We saw a set of triplet boys 2yrs old, they were like mountain goats, told them of your 3, asked if I could photo for you but they said no, understandably. Passed them later unpacking them from the 3wide buggy (why the hell would you take three that age to a tourist spot like ...
... of development. I arrived here yesterday evening, and have been loving every minute.
My journey began yesterday at lunchtime, when I left Durham by train to Newcastle. After a quick transfer to the Newcastle Metro, I was at the airport. Newcastle airport is quite small, just a bit smaller than Ottawa airport. What it lacks in size it makes up in duty-free. I was amazed by the amount of duty free shops that they packed into the tiny airport. Alas, I lacked two ...
... are a few great locations that I found some local and affordable style (I, myself don't have much style or flair with my own fashion choices but I’m hoping you will have more luck!)
- St George’s Market: Belfast, Northern Ireland
One of the oldest markets in the United Kingdom, St George’s market is located opposite Belfast waterfront and just a quick journey either by shuttle bus or ...
... able to cross a rope suspension bridge, have some lunch at a brewery, see some castles, etc. The causeway itself I wasn't hugely impressed with, though yes, it is absolutely beautiful and has these mysterious hexagonal rocks which make for an interesting conversation of their origins, but otherwise it was just a huge bay with cliffs and rocks. Perhaps part of the problem was not feeling so great...
After wandering the causeway for about an ...
... the Scottish coast from Northern Ireland?!
Nightlife is a little tricky as a girl travelling alone but with the Olympics in full swing I was able to pass a few hours in some pubs. An eventful couple of evenings, first night I was in the same pub as Frank Lampard and Christine Bleakley and the second was when Ireland won in the boxing so there was quite an atmosphere!
All in all, a brilliant couple of days and I can't wait to return to Ireland in the future to see more of the ...