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Crossing the Border

This weekend, I jumped on a bus and headed to beautiful Belfast in Northern Ireland. The city center was lit in decorative Christmas lights wishing residents and tourists Merry Christmas and people were bustling around City Hall at the Belfast Christmas Market. 677 more words

Tourist Things

Segway NI: Belfast's best guided tour!

I’m a sucker for city tours. In each city I visit, one of the first things I like to do is jump on a hop-on-hop-off bus tour to give myself a feel for the place, the people and the history of the area. 379 more words

Places And Spaces

So much promise, so little forethought

Over the last decade Belfast and Northern Ireland have been transformed.

The Titanic building was a stroke of genius and is something that everyone in Northern Ireland should be proud of. 327 more words

My Humble Opinion

'Life's a beach' for Belfast - Plans to Develop an Urban Beach in Titanic Quarter

Beach lovers in Belfast and across NI will no longer have to travel to enjoy the seaside if plans by Titanic Foundation come to pass. The charity has revealed that its ‘Build a Beach’ initiative in the heart of Titanic Quarter has been successfully shortlisted for a potential £50,000 prize from the People’s Millions, a partnership between the Big Lottery Fund and ITV. 486 more words


Life Update via Instagram

Hello, internet. It has been a while since I’ve updated this blog, but I’m back!

So since it’s been a while since I’ve updated this blog, I thought I would give you a quick update of my life at the moment using my latest… 364 more words

Northern Ireland

Have a Titanic Experience at Tara Lodge, Belfast

November is such a troublesome month. We’ve just left Halloween behind and the excitement of Christmas is still a few weeks away and to top it all off its getting cold! 439 more words

Boutique Hotel Belfast

After the Titanic: Belfast's Maritime Heritage

Can you think of any symbol of man’s arrogance more potent than the Titanic? The sheer scale of it, as well as the decision not to clutter its look with too many lifeboats (or, rather, sufficient lifeboats) because, after all, the ship was unsinkable, all these factors explain our ongoing fascination with the ship.  1,342 more words