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    Because this was such a shite write-up i put a link to it in the discovering Ireland section.... it'll at least show others how not to do it

    Edit: i've just looked at my post again and it reads like i'm being serious..... It's a great write-up that's why i've linked to it

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    cracking report.
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    brilliant.
    looks like you'd fun!

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    Terrific Report,Tarka.I'm really looking forward to the Kesh weekend next year.
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    Nice one

    I enjoyed that

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    Great Report Steve.
    One that will entice more to come over here .

    anyhow.... WTF took ya so long to get here?
    (apart from the chosen mode of transport i mean...)




    wish there'd be more notice / time - Wicklow is my backyard - would've loved to 'escort' you over the Wicklow gap and shown you the coast road from there to the ferry.
    you've only scratched the surface ya know. i could've shown you a lot more...technical sections.
    oh, and now (like Proper Irish Guinness) you'll have a taste for it....

    so, you'll just have to come back for more.

    til the next time -
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    Brilliant write up Steve

    Just one question, is the Outfit clean yet ???

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    Great report. You must've really impressed Civil to get free beer out o him
    blobbs

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    Great to see what the old girl is up to (and my old outfit )

    Breaks my heart too... I really miss her sometimes.

    Reassuring to know she's in good hands though - thanks for saving her Tarka
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    great report tarka...glad you enjoyed it here.

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    ahem...
    Quote Originally Posted by blobbs View Post
    ...You must've really impressed Civil to get free beer out o him
    Mrs Og reports that,
    every time we go to the Tossers Weekend in Spring -
    Civil buys her a drink.



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    Steve, what a brilliant report ....

    Loved it, brought back many fond memories of when I use to travel Ireland with my dad, thanks mate

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    Steve

    Great report and Ireland is a great place to ride. Roads are great and the views are breathtaking. The coast road from Larne to Portrush is one of the finest roads anywhere IMHO.

    Camped in Roundwood earlier in the year and enjoyed the hospitality at the Coach

    thanks for sharing
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    Tarka

    Super report!

    I live in Larne and take the coast road a wee bit forgranted.

    But having travelled far and wide The coast road from Larne to Portrush is one of the finest roads anywhere IMHO.

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    Well I'll be horn-swoggled: All these years I never knew it, but I'm a vegetarian......

    Pleasant reminder of why you have to be going to Ireland.

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    Great report Tarka ... makes me wanna get on mi bike and return to the Emerald Isle

    See you at the Dragon

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