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Guinness Dublin Porter

#Guinness #DublinPorter is the lesser sibling to the West Indies Porter they revisited due its thin body and dull smoked flavour. It does have that burnt dark malt in there but the texture was shallow. 


Belfast Giants turn on the style to reach the Elite League play-off semi-finals

The Belfast Giants outplayed the Cardiff Devils 8-3 on aggregate to make next weekend’s play-off semi-finals held in Nottingham. Having beaten the Devils 1-0 in the first leg of their quarter-final in Belfast on Friday night, the went up another gear to win 7-3 on the second leg. 86 more words



Let me start this post by saying, this trip was a dream come true. Literally. My whole life I have wanted to visit Ireland, sight-see, meet family I’ve only heard about, see where my grandparents lived and where my Dad was born. 351 more words

The Places We Go

A uni reunion done the Irish way.

Now I’m afraid the weekend really took control of us and there won’t be any restaurant reviews since this didn’t quite fit into our plans. Instead the next few posts will be more about our escapades and a bit of a bar and pub crawl with a few tourist attractions thrown in for some culture! 523 more words


Rainbow Review

Yesterday, it was the end of term for one of my Rainbow Factory (Belfast) classes. This class had been a classic example of Fischer’s Feedback Loop or in other words ‘you get back what you give in life’. 245 more words


Game of Shadows

It was such a freezing day. December. The 21st.

It was a long trip I had from Belfast, to the Giant’s Causeway. I had a stop here, in this harbour, few kilometers away from Belfast. 43 more words

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