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Travel plan continues

on 6Mar2011 in travel-UK/Ireland | 0 comments

This afternoon I borrowed a two-disc DVD movie called “Coast Series 2″ from the library. The narrator is Neil Oliver and it seems this documentary covers all England, Scotland, Wales and even Ireland coasts. Thanks to Gary who recommends me to watch David Dimbleby’s A Picture of Britain.  But I’ve never found it in local bookstores nor the...

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Not able to download touring guide, here is a solution…

on 21Jan2011 in travel-UK/Ireland | 0 comments

Besides viewing the e-brochure of Ireland touring guide online,  I found we could click on the “print” button at the bottom of this online page to download the entire document. Or simply paste this link on your browser url: http://www.discoverirelandebooks.com/ti_lwr_au/i/pdf/print.pdf That could let you download the entire file or open in a PDF format...

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discoverireland.com files not working…

on 20Jan2011 in travel-UK/Ireland | 0 comments

Have given a try after downloading touring guide for PC and Mac from this link: http://www.discoverirelandebooks.com/ti_lwr_au/ Sadly both files are not working smoothly. For Mac, it opens up Safari all the time whenever I click a page (forgot the message). For Windows, there is an error message: “Internet Explorer cannot download. Unspecified error.” ...

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Ireland travel resources

on 19Jan2011 in travel-UK/Ireland | 0 comments

First thing:  plan the trip. Nothing better than searching the web besides reading guides and asking friends who’ve been to Ireland. Driving route downloadable from here: http://www.discoverirelandebooks.com/ti_lwr_au/ There is a PC, Mac version and an online e-brochure.  Yet to try both. Really...

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travel plan on its way, but meanwhile…

on 16Jan2011 in thoughts | 0 comments

Our next destination: Great Britain and Ireland. Thanks to my colleagues who gave us the two Lonely Planet guides before my surgery, to ease my pain. I am reading Bill Bryson’s Shakespeare – a funny and resourceful book about this man and his time. Our travel map (still a plan, too many uncertainties; driving all the way) is posted here:...

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