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Caravan and Camping....

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Havent been about as much as id like the last month due to a severe case of too much to do, not enough hours in the day, and no money to do it with! lol.... though am going to be heading away for another few days away in the camper shortly for a break away from it all..... though im still livid i missed Oxo :( Having only ever stayed in recent years at Castlewellan camping, ive been looking around at where else is available for weekends away, and trying to see reviews of the different sites. Ive been shocked by some that ive read!!!!! Here is an example from Tollymore Forest Part; a site i always held in high regard, until now that is! http://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Attraction_Review-g186478-d213453-Reviews-Tollymore_Forest_Park-Newcastle_County_Down_Northern_Ireland.html Stayed in Hilltops a few weeks back, and apart from the wind, and the high level of traffic that seemed to circulate through the evening ( at one point, it was like a Bangor cruise, though i did laugh hard when little boy racer in his Clio nearly tore his exhaust off over a ramp lol Off to Delamont shortly.... looking forward to sitting with my feet up with a vodka listening to my new speakers under the awning of Bert as fingers crossed the sun beats down :) Any other good places anyone can recommend for 4 wheeled trips away?

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Always like mourneveiw in Newcastle was good as there is a swimming pool. There's a few in portstewart and portrush I always liked. There's one in bushmills I always loved when younger will find out names etc tho.

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