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Travel Blogs from Belfast
... for a minute, when Nick and I had been dating for about a month. I decided to ask him one of those typical questions that every girl wants to know the answer to, "When did you first notice me?". I was preparing myself for the disappointing answer usually received , "I dunno". However, I was pleasantly surprised when this wasn't the response I got!
Near the beginning of the semester, one of my flat mates threw a party for all ...
... The kitchen table has now become 'The War Room' as it is almost always littered with books, printouts, notes and maps related to our trip. The big New Zealand map is a sight to behold. The geek in me is more than a little smug about it. The map was an ingenious Christmas gift from Rosie. One island on each side and mini-maps of all the major cities around the edges. It now also contains coloured tabs marking all the places we want to ...
... 360 degree view of Belfast. It probably is the most uninspiring view I have ever encountered! Belfast has built and expanded into a hot potch of old and new buildings with no coherent planning and no thought of aesthetics.
Next we walked round to St.Anne's Cathedral which was closed but on the outside it boasts the largest Celtic cross on any church.
Cannot say I was sad to leave Belfast.
The Captain has just ...