The travel diaries
This weekend I'm off to Dublin to see two old friends. It promises to be fun. At least, the bit when I am actually there will be – bookending the beers, banter and burgers is a painstaking 10-hour journey. This is because I'm not flying; as one of my pals says, I'm “doing a Greta“.I'll get in the car at 3am tomorrow morning for the three-hour drive to the ferry port near Stranraer (no trains at that time in the morning). I'm then quite looking forward to a couple of hours aboar
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