The Bangor Bay Inn
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... made with strangers will leave a most lasting impression because they spent time. Face to face time. Connection. There was a time that had nothing to do with the Internet and I'm grateful for that reminder. Thank you, Bangor.
And thank you, Rocketman, for bringing me back to this part of the world to remember not just you but me too. <3
Home now. Until the next trip:
May love and laughter light your days,
... rental accommodation due to its close proximity to Queen’s University. A few blocks down Broadway street( the street where we live), there is a shopping Centre and the roundabout at this point forms the Southern border. This is the Roma Catholic St. James area. The roundabout also has a huge metal sculpture that was completed in 2011.
Also the Belfast city hospital is located a few blocks away from this roundabout and ...
... including churches and homes and businesses. We also got to see the titanic part of the museum which was very interesting. The history of transportation in Belfast is amazing as it is long and very rich. After the museum we visited the Titanic Exhibit which seemed to be a multimillion dollar Showing of the titanic more so than ...
... first night booked in each country and from there we will just figure out where to go and what to do. It makes it all the more exciting. I have my sabbatical leave sorted from work, injections done, money saved and all thats left to do is dive head first into the life of a backpacker.... and begin to see the world :) I hope you enjoy, please leave comments and keep in touch. XXXX ...
... every one of you who sponsored us. I know you agree that the Robin Menary Foundation is a very worthwhile trust and as I hope you have seen, we earned every penny. We wish all of Robin's family every success for the future as you continue to raise awareness for Brain Tumour Research, we are with you every step of the way...
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