Namaste Lodge

7 Rushfield Avenue, Belfast, Northern Ireland, BT7 3FP, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Belfast

Goodbye Scotland, Hello Ireland

A travel blog entry by lisaajane


Today I was up super early.

I had a bus to catch!

I am going to Ireland today!

On the bus, I met a lovely guy from Dublin called Nathan.

I had to hold myself together to begin with because his accent was such a novelty for me!But after I got over the fact that he ...

Belfast- Bout Time!

A travel blog entry by rebecca.taylor

... black cab arrived and we all piled in. So the theory behind the Black Cab tours is that the cab driver is both your driver and your guide and they try to give you an unbiased view of the conflict (Belfast is now in a time of peace).

So we started off in the Protestant area (which gets gated closed at night) and saw some cultural murals of the first English King to arrive in Ireland and then we saw some conflict murals- such ...

What's the Craic!

A travel blog entry by elisabeth.kerst


... presentation and discussed the chapter with the girls. Bellow the website of the school, if you would like to find some more information on the school.
There is also another student from St. Mary’s at my teaching practice, she is studying to become a technology teacher and her name is Jane. We were working together on a project for the world book days last ...

Last Day in Belfast

A travel blog entry by annietate6132


... to the rest of Northern Ireland. Most people work as shipbuilders and rope makers here. Since it is crowded, there aren't enough jobs for everyone. That is why we are going to America. Hopefully, there will be plenty of jobs available there. ...

The Trouble with Belfast

A travel blog entry by benstevens


... ending the trip at the newly opened Titanic Museum. We tipped Frank the 8 fee, which I personally thought was very steep; 8 people in the maxi cab at 8 a pop for about an hour's work is damn good money in my mind. Four of those trips every day for one year and you could retire somewhere in the bahamas with enough to buy your own 'peace walled' island. Despairing at the rate my money was being coaxed from my wallet, I trudged into the Titanic Museum knowing that ...

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