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I don't have any questions but...I just wanted to thank you for this precious website! I accidentally bumped into it while looking for stuff online and
Hello, I would like to know how much time to allow to stop by Kinbane Castle, Northern Ireland and take the trail down and back (without lingering). I
This girl in my history class has red hair and the teacher always looks at her when he says Irish.
Hi, Just wanted to say I love your page. We will be moving back in a year or so. People can't believe we want to move there but I constantly miss it.
Hi,on Silent Valley, are dogs allowed on car park and dam? not hound of the Baskervilles, just a westie. Thanks
Greetings, Irish soda bread sounds really good to me. Thanks, Brigid
I've been wanting to go to N. Ireland for years and I think I'm gonna take the jump and do it next summer. Your website was so informative. Wanted
Charming that is what I would call your website, my ancestors are from Ulster counties now in the Republic of Ireland. It would be nice to see a section
It was not Celts who had red hair, it was the invading Vikings from Norway who had red and blond hair, Red hair is brown hair with less colour pigment,
The Bronte Homeland in Northern Ireland is the Bronte Sisters paternal place of origin.
Carrickfergus Castle famous history, meaning of the name and photos from our visit to this great gem of Northern Ireland
So I went to Ireland for a week and spent most of my days in Belfast. One of the things I got to see was Cave Hill....it was AWESOME!!!! The hike was great
Ancient Vikings - they came, they conquered, they impacted the history of Ireland. Read about their exploits and influece.
Glenariff Forest Park - a splendind park in the heart of Antrim
Carrickfergus Castle Weddings: How to book, whom to contact, what to keep in mind, description of venue, interview with local bride who was married in Carrickfergus Castle
Belleek Pottery and Belleek Marks - facts you want to know about some of the worlds most famous china
Translink Northern Ireland has an extensive network of buses and trains for safe and comfortable travel in Northern Ireland
Northern Ireland Travel Attractions - Read about the best places to visit in this fascinating country!
Drunk driving is prohibited and dealt with seriously by the law in Northern Ireland. If you are a tourist planning to drive in Northern Ireland. Take the following advice very seriously.
Dunluce castle, Northern Ireland: Medieval castle ruins near the shipwrecks of the spanish armada Girona and the passenger liner Exmouth
Driving direction in UK - adjustments you have to make to driving on the left, UK Road system, Maps and navigation, Speed limits, how to negotiate roundabouts, and the latest on Seatbelt safety and dr
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Giant's Causeway by Katrina Muir, Glasgow
Visiting Fermanagh County, where my grandfather was born & raised before emigrating to St. Croix in the Virgin Islands, we stayed at Dromard House B&B
Thank you for your webpage of very good information and interesting stuff!! I am travelling to the Republic and Northern Ireland this year and have been
Love your site, Esther. My husband, my son and I are planning on visiting No. Ireland in the summer. (We need to save money first!). My ancestors are
Hi Esther I have just read your travel blog on Scarva Village and would just like to update you on the fact that the Tea Rooms are now under new management.
Love your website. I live in Northern Ireland and had not heard of some of the places to visit - like Kinbane Castle! I read about the Gobbins Path on
Dear Esther Are you still working with this website? I am so charmed at the (artful)way you have captured a spirit of NI, and its low-key attractions.
Hey! Hope life is treating you well! While browsing for some travel related content, I came across your blog my-secret-northern-ireland.com