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Belfast with the Brat

Sunday 22nd of April by CarpediemEire

This is the companion piece of my last post. This my second visit within a year, where I expanded my scope to the city’s outskirts and integrated family oriented activities to entertain my daughter Nina. 1,241 more words

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Severn Valley Railway: Spring Steam Gala 2018

You might look at me and think I don’t look like the sort of person who is interested in steam trains. And you’d be 100% correct – I’m not. 667 more words

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Day 4. A final day in Norwich

After checking out of our hotel and leaving our luggage to collect later in the day, we walked across the city to visit Elm Hill.  This historic, cobbled lane is the most complete medieval street in Norwich with many of its buildings dating back to the Tudor period. 721 more words

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The importance of looking forward to things

There was a time in my life where I felt like I was looking into a black hole of nothingness. I wasn’t depressed (at least, I don’t think I was) and I certainly wasn’t suicidal. 552 more words

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Day 4. A final day in Norwich

After checking out of our hotel and leaving our luggage to collect later in the day, we walked across the city to visit Elm Hill.  This historic, cobbled lane is the most complete medieval street in Norwich with many of its buildings dating back to the Tudor period. 721 more words

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Weekend in Scotland

This weekend we (Me, my mum and my aunt) flew up to Scotland for my Granny’s birthday which was on Sunday.

We usually fly up on a Friday after work but this time we decided to fly on Saturday lunchtime. 473 more words

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Lily Dale Lodge: A Little Slice of Heaven

Hidden away at the foot of the Yorkshire Wolds on the edge of a small town in Bishop Wilton, Wolds Edge have created a peaceful haven, perfect for those looking to escape the hustle and bustle of the city. 808 more words

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