The Mourne Lodge
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... to form the Mulberry Harbour. So interesting to complete the chain of information via panels in the waiting hall.
We had a very smooth 2 hour crossing to Belfast. Decided not to try to "see" Belfast so drove through the city, past City Hall and out the east side to a camp on a farm at Craigavon, not far from Lough Neagh, largest lake in Europe after Lake ...
... Ireland, he was NOT a true representation of us and we felt quite embarrassed, he just made a joke of the whole proceedings. The compere did an ice challenge. the band on STILTS played, I got a video and forgot to take a still. They were good. When we left to walk our 2km home - we had to double back some as we had no cheese to go with our crackers and G & T's, there was an exceptionally good band playing, but it was becoming quite overcast and chilly. Another very enjoyable day in ...
... place here. Upon arriving to Dublin, my Aunt Pam sent us an article about this picturesque island. Since reading about this place, both of us have been itching to go and see it for ourselves. The journalist described the whole experience as dreamlike although the journey up the jagged and slippery steps makes the trip a tad dangerous. And the island doesn't have hand rails to aid your hike up so we will be very careful. I try to ask every Irish ...
After 2nd night in Portrush:
The A2 is a major road in Northern Ireland, a considerable length of which is often referred to the Antrim Coast Road because it follows the scenic coastline of County Antrim.
The Antrim Coast Road starts in the busy port town of Larne and hugs the coast for thirty miles to the small ...
... a smart little café called Niki’s. Cakes to die for – more inches on the waistline! After lunch we went for a drive up into the mountains, in search of a spot Alasdair and Helen had once been to, called Windy Gap. Every gap seemed windy to me, but we eventually found the right one, where the views were magnificent. The Mountains of Mourne on one side and the coastal ...