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Travel Blogs from Newcastle

Day tour!

A travel blog entry by ashleynant

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... island o Ireland. It's 25 meters high and 20 meters long. It's literally just a rope bridge. It was extremely windy also so it swung side to side while we were on it. We had an hour to enjoy the view and take pictures then it was back on the bus for a short ride to the Giants Causeway. This is a place where volcanos erupted many years ago and formed these amazing rock formations. It was about a ...

Belfast

A travel blog entry by psrive

Another country , another city. As in Dublin , we've done a hop on and off bus tour of Belfast. It gives a really good overview and was especially good this afternoon as it decided to pour. Belfast is a kind of jigsaw of a city, with lots of different interesting parts. The Shankhill and Falls road and peace line areas were quite surreal. To imagine that they are now a tourist attraction when only a few short years ago there was such ...

One Final City

A travel blog entry by jfinn

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... York, Edinburgh and Belfast, were unique in their own ways and i'm so happy i got to visit them all, but being away from London for four days made me realize how much i am going to miss living there. I missed hearing the chime of Big Ben telling me its time for bed, i missed seeing the Gherkin and the other tall buildings light up London's skyline, I missed the pound notes that had the Queens face on it, and i missed my bed at BCH.

And that, my friends, is the ...

Just getting ready now

A travel blog entry by travellingadam

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Going to use this weekend to get ready for a very busy but amazing trip.

Fam trips are normally only a few days but this one is 22 days! A comprehensive guide to South Africa!

I think I am ready got my malaria tablets, clothes and all my technology!

I head on Tuesday flying from Dublin to Kruger via London. I will then spend 5 days looking at lodges and ...

The Mourne Mountains

A travel blog entry by steveandkat

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... had a look around. To my right were several tops of the Mourne Mountains. I could see the wall caress the top of each peak and slither away in the distance. To my left I could see the endless ocean meet the edge of a tiny village. And behind me I could see tiny specks and different colours which made up the houses of Newcastle. The clouds above me were white and fluffy and I could see the round patches of darkness they cast on the earth as they past by the ...

 

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