Archive | July, 2014

Cow dung, Caravans and Belfast Baps

Forget midges, there’s a different kind of plague sweeping Northern Ireland and it comes complete with a batch of squealing children, two equally loud parents and a portable privacy fence. As we headed south west of Belfast school holiday spirit quickly overpowered the lingering Orange Day celebrations and with it a horde of caravans hell […]

Flags, Fosters and epic bonfires

“IS it just me or has everything turned red, white and blue?” We’re just a few metres down the famous Shankill Road in West Belfast where Union Jack flags are strewn from one side to the other as far as the eye can see causing me to come to an abrupt and startled stop. We’ve been in […]

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