A successful day in Belfast
Clickwe set off this morning from Stranraer in Scotland and had a very good crossing over a mist but mill pond of a sea across to Belfast with a very quiet stena plus lounge almost to ourselves. The inn where we stayed was very quiet and did what was required although a bit on the chilly side. We were so in parked up in Belfast city centre th. Which was handy for Mandy to get to the shops and she certainly did her bit to boost the local economy this morning. As the mist cleared the sun came out and it was quite warm right through to lunch time and I managed to get two superb hours of the trucks at my favourite Belfast truck film spot then met up with Mandy and had a brew and bakewell tart in marks and spencers then just in case it isn't so good Monday filmed the buses and spotted one of their Brant new look deckers perhaps it will be at the rally tomorrow, the forecast isn't brilliant but fingers crossed , not sure what time everyone starts to roll up but I think breakfast here will be too late, its a restaurant with rooms near comber just on strabgford lough. At least we only have a few steps to dinner this evening. Time seems to have flown. I got a reply from the Scotland independent police enquiry board and surprise surpirise my complaint about the police incident at the commonwealth games wasn't recorded and all that on their special hate crime registration page. The whole thing has developed into an enormous cover up thankfully the matter is already known to mi5 which will give them all a shock. Our anger seems to rise with each passing minute having got mixed up with such horrendous people and the SNP nationalist bitch as the arbitor of last resort. Looking forward to dinner tonight, if tomorrow is wet well snow is a possible for Sunday but on the plus side Monday should be better again . I hope lits of you manage to get along to cultra museum tomorrow where we have a huge amount of Irish material plus half the pmp DVD stock overseas for the first time.
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