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    Chaz,
    Spoke to Bigdave and discussed ferry routes etc he hopes to come on the trip and will confirm in a few weeks time (see your pm).
    My ferry booked, sailing from Holyhead to Dublin port and will be joining you at Rush on first night around 6pm (Fleetwood ferry didn't arrive in Larne until 6pm!).

    So were on ........

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    Quote Originally Posted by raboomdea View Post
    I'll give them a call tomorrow...i tried P&O online...
    Best to ring Nutt Travel on 028 7035 1199. Usually the best prices by far.
    There are two opinions of the GS. There are those who have ridden one who think its fantastic and there are those who haven't who know its crap.

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    sorry guys - i will get on to the serious matter of booking the ferry this week - just so i don't f__ up - what date and time am i booking outward - i.e troon / belfast
    just booked direct with P & O irish sea extra special economy £80.00 return
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aidan1150 View Post
    Best to ring Nutt Travel on 028 7035 1199. Usually the best prices by far.
    Agreed

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    Thats 7 of us confirmed on the trip so far (see the 'Who's Going' thread). The rest of you need to confirm with me so that I can have definate numbers for campsites and see if I need to re-open the invite for more bodies.

    Oh...and cheers Aidan1150, that's who I booked with and it was about £16 cheaper than booking direct with P&O.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chaz View Post
    Oh...and cheers Aidan1150, that's who I booked with and it was about £16 cheaper than booking direct with P&O.
    You are very welcome Chaz, it's always good to save a few quid. Every little helps.
    There are two opinions of the GS. There are those who have ridden one who think its fantastic and there are those who haven't who know its crap.

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    Round Ireland

    Went on a complete round the coast trip to Ireland on the GS 3 years ago - got off at Rosslaire, headed south along the coast, round through Cork (dad's county), Kerry (mum's county) , up along the Shannon, Galway, Donegal, Ulster coast, then down to Dublin and back to Rosslaire.

    Absolutely incredible trip (as you'd expect). Fell off twice (both in Kerry ). Love to co me on this one, but not enough holiday left!

    You'll have a ball - enjoy yersilfs!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aidan1150 View Post
    You are very welcome Chaz, it's always good to save a few quid. Every little helps.
    damn - jumped in too fast - could have saved myself a couple of bob by taking your advice

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    Booked....only glitch was forgetting my Bike reg...doh

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    Quote Originally Posted by raboomdea View Post
    Booked....only glitch was forgetting my Bike reg...doh
    That's odd ......... Nutts travel didn't ask my bike reg?

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    They do seem to work on trust as they didn't ask my address ha ha...

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    Quote Originally Posted by raboomdea View Post
    They do seem to work on trust as they didn't ask my address ha ha...
    They'll learn...

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    You'll have a ball - enjoy yersilfs!
    Cheers Johnny looking forward to it

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    just out of interest any idea which route we will be taking

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    Quote Originally Posted by thosoneill View Post
    just out of interest any idea which route we will be taking
    Aye, figured we'd get off the ferry, turn left, and keep going till we get back to the ferry

    ....but seriously.....we could go right

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    I really really want to see some fields...can we fit that into the itinararararay (not sure when to stop spelling that).


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