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Affordable and fun guiding throughout Northern Ireland

 

Touring in Derry City over the weekend.  The stained glass windows in the Guild Hall are a real picture book of the history of this amazing City.

 

All to often we do not look up above the shop windows and catch the beauty of Belfast architecture.  Yesterday in the sunshine Belfast's architecture looked stunning.  This is a picture of Belfast City Hall from the Donegal Square West side with the old Anderson & McCauley building in the background.

  

 

Well it is officially Spring in Ireland and I have taken today away from the desk to help on the farm with lambing. 
Some surprises though - this lady above has just given birth to three beautiful Suffolk lambs!!!  I think she must have jumped over the hedge to the boy next door!
Certainly "the black sheep" of the flock!  Doesn't she look a bit guilty?  Barbara

 

 

2017 season includes researching and putting our guiding knowledge to good use and building up our own unique and varied portfolio of "social" entertainment/tours/facilities. 
Interesting and exciting new venues; food and professional entertainment all NEW in the world of tourism. The vibrancy and enthusiasm of the people of Northern Ireland is just waiting for you to visit. Over the weekend we had a special showing from a group of up and coming performers and they were amazing. Great time was had by all................craft beers & spirits to sample, good music, poetry, dancing was enjoyed by all!

Yesterday for me was a busy day and unfortunately I didn't get the chance to put my pancake skills to work.  I do however have some very fond memories of growing up on a small farm part of a large family and the buzz of teatime with hot off the pan pancakes the meal of the day.

 Do you know where to find all 10 Game of Throne doors?  These doors were all made out of the timber from fallen trees at The Dark Hedges.  Why not travel with us and visit the film sites for Game of Thrones throughout Northern Ireland.

 

Saw this the other day and thought it was very interesting.

http://www.itic.ie/1-4-million-annual-visitors-growing-wild-atlantic-ways-iconic-cliffs-moher/

Some say over 300 (including ruins)! What a great way to see Ireland with a sleep over in one of these fine castles - share it with the ghosts of the past!

 

Happy days discovered the Winterfell site on the Antrim Hills this weekend!

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Barbara Ferguson
Accredited Blue Badge Tourist Guide
Northern Ireland Guided Tours
41 Coolmillish Road
Markethill
Co. Armagh
BT60 1SH
Northern Ireland

For your answer to an experienced & fun guided tour of Northern Ireland - Barbara is here to help

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