Travel Blogs from Larne, United Kingdom

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Goodbye Ireland, Larne, United Kingdom travel blog

Goodbye Ireland

A travel blog entry by 2totango

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... ;s own.  Much better to let the bike carry the weight than I. So after managing 75km in less than 3 hours, we arrived in Larne in lots of time to catch the afternoon ferry.  Originally we were going to camp here and take the early morning ferry, ...

Preparations..., Larne, United Kingdom travel blog

Preparations...

A travel blog entry by mshirley_2001

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Ok first entry. Basically just a bit of a tester to see if this thing works at all! Obviously we haven't left yet, but various thing have had to happen, most of which Brownie, true to form, has chosen to leave until the last minute! Actually to ...

Let's Celebrate N. Ireland Independence Day, Larne, United Kingdom travel blog

Let's Celebrate N. Ireland Independence Day

A travel blog entry by chad_24_7

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... ; (or the closest Monday).  I think it is funny that consider themselves independent even they are part of the United Kingdom.  Herbie, Brian's dad explained that N. Ireland has its own Parliment and acts much like an independent country rather ...

Larne - Start point for the Antrim Coast Road, Larne, United Kingdom travel blog

Larne - Start point for the Antrim Coast Road

A travel blog entry by pedeu

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... Isles, and is often placed in the top ten beautiful roads in the world. According to our plan, we spent the night in Larne, in a nice B&B - Derrin Guesthouse, and got the wheels on the road the next morning, after a heavy full Irish breakfast, the best ...

Ferris Bay, Larne, Ireland travel blog

Ferris Bay

A travel blog entry by shane_and_row

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So up the east coast we drive, the weather was cold and overcast but at least for the time being it was dry! Heading into IslandMagee, which isnt really an Island but who are we to argue we head north alongside very pretty green fields with sheep, ...

Humphrey's at Rathmore, Larne, United Kingdom travel blog

Humphrey's at Rathmore

A travel blog entry by johnnym

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The hostel is a large house, previously a camp for the Boys Brigade. The house is big but also has four outbuildings which each have small bedrooms and a living room. Those are not going to be converted, as the rateable value is based on bed space, and ...

Ecos parkrun, Cornlough and Larne, Larne, United Kingdom travel blog

Ecos parkrun, Cornlough and Larne

A travel blog entry by johnnym

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... fantastic, if light on guests for now. Pictures and tour tomorrow, but today I've had a bike ride along the coast road, explored Larne and had dinner with my hosts, home cooked by Trev, who has spent his career in catering-"a superior stew"- and with life ...

The Coastline to Belfast, Cachenine, United Kingdom travel blog

The Coastline to Belfast

A travel blog entry by goofballs

Susan: Very beautiful the drive along the coast of Ireland, you could just see Scotland in the distance. But you can only take so many pictures of cliffs and sea. It was nice just to sit back and absorb the scenery without stopping and taking pictures ...

The Worst of Times, The Best of Times, Larne, United Kingdom travel blog

The Worst of Times, The Best of Times

A travel blog entry by rayandlizuk2013

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... , we decided that it was best if we just went to sleep for a couple of hours. I was so tired, I even slept through a United game. but in all honesty 30 hours with no sleep is pretty long for anyone.  But as the title suggests, if that ...

Irish Sea Crossing to Larne, Northern Ireland, UK, Larne, United Kingdom travel blog

Irish Sea Crossing to Larne, Northern Ireland, UK

A travel blog entry by malinda65

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Irish Sea crossing The ferry can transport semi trucks, cars, and passengers across to Northern Ireland in about 2 hours. The place has a large lounge in the front of the ship with a coffee bar, a quiet lounge for those who wish to recline in chairs and ...

Portmuck Co Antrim, Larne, United Kingdom travel blog

Portmuck Co Antrim

A travel blog entry by dory60

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Portmuck Co Antrim Northern Ireland   we stumbled across this little harbour on our way to the Antrim Coast, as we approached the very steep hill bringing us down to the harbour we were struck by the aw some view and sense of peace, it was a ...

....Hello Northern Ireland., Larne, United Kingdom travel blog

....Hello Northern Ireland.

A travel blog entry by kazbar212

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Larne, Larne, United Kingdom travel blog

Larne

A travel blog entry by simoncole

The trip from Browns Bay only took half an hour. When we came into Belfast last week we met Richard who is from Larne and he invited us round next Tuesday evening. Now that said Tuesday has arrived we have borrowed a mooring buoy from a boat that is ...

99 Ice Cream at the Rhinka, Larne, United Kingdom travel blog

99 Ice Cream at the Rhinka

A travel blog entry by karanathan

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... the house in Larne and relax. Yes we are lazy travelers on some days but it is vacation after all! We did drive into downtown Larne as Kara wanted to visit a Boots Pharmacy as they tend to have high-cosmetics at much cheaper prices but with it being a ...

Ireland, Larne, United Kingdom travel blog

Ireland

A travel blog entry by sarahandrich

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... village called Glenarm who's story can go back as far as the 5th A.D. It is said that it lay within the ancient Gaelic Kingdom of Dal Riada where the first settlement was developed around an old castle at the mouth of the river, it isn't proven but if ...

Brown's Bay, Larne, United Kingdom travel blog

Brown's Bay

A travel blog entry by simoncole

We spent a leisurley morning in Glenarm and then attempted to sail south towards Larne. After a couple of hours the wind went completely so we had to motor for the rest of the way. Fishing lines were deployed, with lures for both Mackerel and Bass, but ...

walking country, Larne, United Kingdom travel blog

walking country

A travel blog entry by stoogefx

The short while we spent on the coastal road that brought us to Larne was easy on the eyes; reminiscent of the Great Ocean road in Victoria. We made it into the holiday park early evening by which time I'd consumed more than the recommend weekly intake ...

Larne - where the Cooks re-entered Ireland, Larne, United Kingdom travel blog

Larne - where the Cooks re-entered Ireland

A travel blog entry by kenedmac

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Aggie met a guy. Then she threw him back after asking him if he was a Leprechaun and whether or not he had any money! I am guessing that you can guess what the answer was to both of those ...

Northern Ireland - Larne, Larne, United Kingdom travel blog

Northern Ireland - Larne

A travel blog entry by billandsharna

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? Caravan park Drove through ballyboley haunted forest Walk along ...

Crossing over, Larne, United Kingdom travel blog

Crossing over

A travel blog entry by karenneely

... = whew. Travel through Strangeford and took ferry to Portaferry, where Rossis ancestors come from.  What a lovely little fishing village.  Good to see.  Got some special bits from there. Then back to Strangeford and on the road to Larne. ...

Eine Seefahrt die ist lustig..., Larne, Großbritannien travel blog

Eine Seefahrt die ist lustig...

A travel blog entry by katmax

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... ;berfahrt schadlos überstanden, also fuhren wir vom Fährhafen zuerst zum Campingplatz und dann dann nochmal zurück nach Larne, um im Blue Chicago etwas zu essen. Dort gab es zwar keine landestypischen Gerichte, aber es war trotzdem sehr gut ...

Relaxing, Lunch, and Family, Larne, United Kingdom travel blog

Relaxing, Lunch, and Family

A travel blog entry by karanathan

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... An extended relative of Kara's was planning on taking us out for an Ulster Fry (breakfast) at the Silver Lounge Cafe in downtown Larne around 12:30. The place was packed and apparently always is. Not being much of a breakfast person myself I opted for the ...

d, Larne, United Kingdom travel blog

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A travel blog entry by olympicemma

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Jet Setting Again, Larne, United Kingdom travel blog

Jet Setting Again

A travel blog entry by karanathan

... you grab your seat belt. After a few anxious moments in the beginning it started to feel more natural. The drive from Belfast to Larne was roughly forty minutes and we made it safely to our destination. We are staying at an extended relative of Kara's but ...

1st night camping, Larne, United Kingdom travel blog

1st night camping

A travel blog entry by dan.schmidt

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Drove north from Dublin and went through Belfast. Didnt really stop there as it looked pretty average, managed to find the titanic docks and then called that it and carried on north with the view of finding a campsite for the night. Once we got to the ...

2 1/2 days to go!!!, Carnlough , Aughalum, Ireland travel blog

2 1/2 days to go!!!

A travel blog entry by shadyni

... at my cousin Maria's - where some of my oldest and closest friends from Garron Tower came up from as far as Dublin and Larne! Again another Brilliant night - well worth checking out Katies dance to falling star! And Maria in all her glory - you go ...

Grocery Shopping and Rest Day in Larne, Larne, United Kingdom travel blog

Grocery Shopping and Rest Day in Larne

A travel blog entry by karanathan

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Saturday was spent relaxing around Larne. We went grocery shopping at ASDA, which is the UK variation of Walmart. The one interesting thing that has left me a bit mind boggled is why companies go through all the trouble of re-branding their items a few ...

The Green and the Orange, Larne, United Kingdom travel blog

The Green and the Orange

A travel blog entry by dlj

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Bank Holiday! We were advised to avoid going into Derry because of the traffic (and other!) disruptions caused by the 12th July Marches. So we drove straight through and on towards The Giant's Causeway on the north coast. That was a fascinating ...

Sea cliffs, rope bridge and some men with a ladder, Larne, United Kingdom travel blog

Sea cliffs, rope bridge and some men with a ladder

A travel blog entry by rory60

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... map finishes at Ballycastle, but it's easy enough to follow the road now through Cushendun and Cushendall, through Carnlough to Larne. Here we discover a group of men with ladders, erecting strings of bunting across the street in red, white and blue. ...

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