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Looe Walk: Tencreek to West Looe PART 3
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Bill Hill - Edinburgh Tour Guide
hand on hand
Margaret Drohan (née Aherne) tells us about Mrs Queallys nursing home
A small private maternity home on O'Connell Street, Dungarvan, probably closed in the late 1960s.
NE Wineries--Too Far North tasting room
Falmouth - what does it mean?
Cornish place name expert, Craig Weatherhill, explains the history behind the name 'Falmouth' (Cornish: Aberfala) to Matthew Clarke....
Jim Rodgers criticises NI Tourist Board after Twelfth events are omitted from Our Time Our Place calendar
2012 is Northern Irelands biggest push to promote tourism in our country but now a row has broken out over the lack of promotion of our...
As an Orangeman I think that if the tourist board ignores the twelfth thats their loss not ours. Once they start meddling with our parades they will inevitably want to change the whole character and nature of the parade until it becomes a caricature of what it is really supposed to be about. It just shows what happens when you have politically motivated people running whats supposed to be primarily a commercial business namely promoting of tourism. I mean they have the biggest street festival in the whole of Europe provided free for them every year and for political reasons they ditch all the commercial opportunities that potentially provides What a bunch of politically correct total prats they are. The Ulster Scot agency is one example of this. I have a large leaflet they once produced promoting Ulster USA links. It had the proper Ulster flag beside the Stars & Stripes. The tourist board wouldnt distribute it until that yellow and red thing replaced the Ulster flag and the original leaflet scrapped. As far as im concerned the further they are kept away from our parades the better. Also if anone does feel aggreived that they are ignoring our parades I wouldnt bother complaining to the tourist board instead I would write to all the commercial organisations who benefit from tourism letting them know what an abysmyally terrible job they are doing and the huge amounts of money their businesses are losing because of a politically motivated quasi commercial promotional organisation. MONEY TALKS!
Looe Walking Tour: St Martins to East Looe
This tour takes you via the station. This is the full version - there is also a version broken down into smaller podcasts. The first one...
Mevagissey - what does it mean?
Cornish place name expert, Craig Weatherhill, explains the history behind the name 'Mevagissey' (Cornish: Lannvorek) to Matthew Clarke....
Wine & Food Matching in Croatia
Wine & Food Matching at Dubravkin Put Restaurant, Zagreb with Željko Bročilović - Carlos
Unexpected time in London boo
Fowey - what does it mean?
Cornish place name expert, Craig Weatherhill, explains the history behind the name 'Fowey' (Cornish: Fowi) to Matthew Clarke.
Dredging Falmouth Harbour
The Grill Team Marto, Michelle and Ed Kavalee 26/11/2014
1. Sport in a Minute 2. Ed & Marto can’t turn the oven on - What can't you work? 3. Schoolies...
Looe Walk: St Martins to East Looe via Station PART 5
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A great new collaboration : InHandGuides + Cronin's Coaches + Blarney Castle & Gardens - from an open-top bus in Cork
Trevor Winckworth, CEO In Hand Guides, and Derry Cronin, Managing Director Cronin's Coaches speak about their collaboration with Blarney...
Exclusive - What the rest of Britain thinks of Cornwall
Looe Walk: St Martins to East Looe via Station PART 1
This walk takes you through East Looe from St Martins via the station. Part 2 can be found here:...
Looe Walk: St Martins to East Looe via Station PART 4
Part five of this walk is here:
The full podcast...
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