I haven’t been away anywhere for ages and ages, so I broke open the piggy bank and set off with my favourite Ma to see what we could see. We always have great fun travelling together – we amuse each other greatly. We started our journey by taking the overnight ferry from Liverpool to Belfast, arriving in time for breakfast before my cousins went to work.
Belfast is small and vibrant, with great culture and fantastic restaurants. We had a superb meal out with family at James St South, where the food was top notch and the serving staff friendly, unpretentious and knowledgeable. http://www.jamesstreetsouth.co.uk/
This is what I ate. I’m not sure about anyone else, I was concentrating.
We did a whizz round on a sightseeing bus which I always think is a great way to get a flavour of a city. It rained of course, which just made the half open top deck more fun as we all crowded back and forth, in and out.
Harland & Wolff Shipyard where the Titanic was built http://https://nmni.com/titanic/Design-Build/Harland—Wolff/Belfasts-Titanic-Shipyard.aspx
Next stop Donegal and the Wild Atlantic Way.