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Pembrokeshire & South Wales: Pt 6 – Pembroke Dock

Leaving Pembroke for our hotel just outside Haverfordwest, we stopped in the small town of Pembroke Dock, on the banks of the River Cleddau…

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Early Morning Dublin Port - Industrial - Moving - Colourful

Transportation always fascinates me – especially industrial areas. It seems to evoke a heart beat of the city.

Dublin Port has two amazing icons which beckon you into the bay.  88 more words

Travel Images - Moments In Time

Into the Wilde

Twelve hours on the sea in a big boat is enough to convince me that a cruise might not be my holiday of choice. The initial thrill of a large floating hotel wore off once I woke up very full with no where to burn off excess energy apart from a brisk walk up and down from deck to deck. 567 more words


Departing for Dublin

Apologies for continuously having long overdue posts.

Two weeks ago, my dreams came true and I finally visited Ireland. While I was only in Dublin for most of my trip, I’d still count my trip as a major success. 546 more words


UK travellers heading to David Arnold's Dublin concert - try SailRail (from any UK station), from £39

Yes flying is quicker but for those who like mildly heroic journeys involving ground-level scenery, trains and ferries then the SailRail option, highlighted on the… 284 more words

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