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Travel Blogs from Bangor
... story telling as to why the Causeway was created. Pictures will help. All about volcanic eruption, or shifting of tectonic plates or something like that I daresay. My general story telling there is that the Scottish giant from Scotland got ****** at the Irish giant and smashed up his house.
After the causeway we went to Belfast. Did a Black Taxi tour which I would highly recommend anyday! The tour cost us an extra 10 pounds if we wished to do ...
Headed into Bangor for breakfast.
Mon made dodgy choice and ended up waiting 1hr for a hideous greasy fry up.
Wandered through a trash and treasure market much to ink's disgust!
Back to get ready for wedding.
Somehow we made the wedding only by the skin of our teeth despite being only about 500m from venue!
Embarrassing to travel all this way only to almost miss the event!
A gorgeous venue in the old inn ...
... in the news of the terror transpiring here in Belfast, so there was something even more moving about standing on the very streets we'd seen ablaze with conflict in our own lifetime. I actually felt privileged to listen to a first-hand account from our Black Cab Tour Guide, who lived through such a dreadful and defining period of this country's history, and it is something I am definitely ...
... of them any more.
Others in my year who I remember - Craig Lemon, Pamps, Snowball, David Gherardi, Robin Cook, Ryan Creighton, Ricky Armstrong, Shawzy, James Irwin, Mark McCullough, Beef, Ryan Kerr, Willy Dallas, Nidge, Boggsy, Max Callen,
Proudest moment - Smashing up Katie Anderson's Ford Fiesta (OXI numberplate) on my final day.
This Is A Low - The day Paddy got expelled.
Key Song - U2 - I Threw A Brick Through A Window
... a hardcore match of primary school football. We often played and we didn't often pick teams, it made more sense to have one class against another class. Almost every boy that went to primary school with me liked football. It was the period where Mark Hughes, Gary Lineker and Paul Gascoigne were the big stars. Norman Whiteside had just retired, Ruud Gullit was regarded as the best player in the world and Northern Ireland had just scraped a 1-1 draw with the Faroe Islands ...