Strangford Arms Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... talked to me- it was one way - he talked for at least 15 minutes and I have no idea a word he said - very friendly here, it's just I can't understand them !!!!
Back to the apartment for an hours break and rest before heading back out. It's very busy down by the town hall with all the cycle teams being introduced.
Late evening meal (very late at around 11pm) and I popped into a local Indian for a very nice (if spicy) lamb ...
Where do I start with my Northern Ireland adventure!!! I think I took more pictures here than my whole trip so far. I arrived 4 days ago and the whole thing has just been a blur. I arrived at the worst hostel I've been to so far, soo dirty and the room had 20 beds in it. I slept in my sleeping bag because it didn't trust the sheets. The good thing was I had some awesome people in the room, FINALLY people my age that are normal. So we drank in the room ...
... je voudrais visiter Rwanda.
Je vais être prof d’Anglais dans un lycée. Oui, c’est très passionnant mais depuis le cours de l’entrainement j’ai peur. Là j’ai rencontré les autre Thaï volontaires. C’était une semaine très amusante avec beaucoup d’exposés sur l’année, sur Thaïlande et sur l’enseignement.
Au cours de l’année dernière j’ai collectionné l’argent (£5400). Et je voudrais ...
... where all of the rich and famous people live the houses were amazing huge mansions bigger than anything we have in NZ. Sam told me that is the area where Judges and very successful businessman live. Bangor is further down the coast and has a lovely seaside marina. On the way home we stopped at a huge homeware shop called IKEA. IKEA is one of the biggest modern homeware shops in Europe it is huge! Furniture and homewares are so much more affordable here. Yesterday ...
... from the fishing spots back to the mainland. But it is a fabulous lure to get tourists to come and explore the windswept coastline, that Lou said if you ignored the cold and wind looks very much like Greece. David and I have survived the Eye of Osiris at Parc Asterix so crossing the Bridge didn’t pose a problem even though it was very wobbly, windy and the rocks gnashed below. Taking i-phone photos on it is not recommended. But remembering that the Salmon fisherman walked ...