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A travel blog entry by elisabeth.kerst


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To round off this blog, we also had an amazing international evening at St. Mary's. All of the Erasmus students were asked to bring a tradional dish or dessert from their own country. Marit and myself baked pancakes with cheese!! They were jammie. There was also music and we could sing or play a musical instrument. One of the St. Mary's students accompanied me on the guitar and ...

Northern Ireland - Belfast

A travel blog entry by jamesandbre


... There were 5 of us from our hostel which was nice to have others in the group that you know, the Spanish girl from our room, another Spanish girl who speaks excellent English and an Asian girl that's Australian. Our tour guide told us hilarious Irish stories and serious ones too as we drove along to our first stop at Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge. It was a 20min walk along the coastline to the rope bridge where you had to pay £5 each to cross it, us being us we ...

Last Stop: Belfast

A travel blog entry by aerial.tennille


Saturday morning we headed along the coastline from Portrush to the Giant's Causeway. We were once again very lucky weather wise with a dry & not too windy day. Views from the walking tracks at the Giant's Causeway were spectacular & we spent most of the day enjoying them.

From the Causeway we made our way across to Lisburn, just outside Belfast, for our last 2 nights ...


A travel blog entry by rnb2013


... early 90's we were amazed to think something like this could happen so recently and be backed by a government. Not only did he give us history about the troubles but also his recollection of that time. To this day there is a fence that divides these two fractions and gates that close in Friday afternoon and wont open til Monday morning. The talk is it is getting better between the two with a change of generation. But even now we saw a house close to the ...

Belfast, Northern Ireland

A travel blog entry by cpeirson


... inside you can get out by taking the long way through city center. We asked about hurling, Ireland's national sport and were told 'only Catholics play hurling'. As Norman says, "It is what it is and we just live with it".

We visited an area where most of the IRA demonstrations and riots took place in the 70's. Today it is a working class residential area but murals depicting various memorials/personages are on each ...


This hotel, located in the Dundela area of Belfast, is near Belfast City Tour, Belvoir Forest Park, Victoria Park, and Van Morrison's Birthplace.
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