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  • Martin
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    Originally posted by KeithMcL
    Derry is in Northern Ireland which is really part of the United Kingdom. Good thinking on the passport thing though
    thanks for the geography lesson. Having been schooled mostly in the US, it came in handy.

    My family is from Shrove. Just happened to be born in Derry.

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  • golfer adam
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    Originally posted by Acid Burn
    I live about 15 minuites outside of londonderry . far side of Claudy if you know where that is
    Yep know it well I'm in Bangor about 1 hour away from yourself guess it is a small world afterall.

    Also we were born in the same year the great 1988.

    You in lower sixth?

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  • Marco van Herwaarden
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    Been only once in Ireland, Travelled down from Dublin then West, and back to Dublin. Loved it.

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  • Acid Burn
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    I live about 15 minuites outside of londonderry . far side of Claudy if you know where that is

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  • KeithMcL
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    Derry is in Northern Ireland which is really part of the United Kingdom. Good thinking on the passport thing though

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  • Martin
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    I was born in Derry, but we came to the US when I was 13, so I don't really count, except I was smart enough to keep my passport active and never rescind my citizenship

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  • free thinker
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    Originally posted by Zachery
    I'm not personally from ireland, but my forefathers were
    You have four fathers? WOW!

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    Originally posted by Zachery
    I'm not personally from ireland, but my forefathers were
    Same but only on my mothers side

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  • Jerry
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    Lochrea, Galway.

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  • golfer adam
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    Originally posted by Floris
    I am not Irish, and no intentions to become one either. I am not sure why I should to there on vacation too.
    I went to Holland 2 years ago it was very nice aghh I can't even remember the place I went I think it was volcenberg that fimilar? Though wasn't much warmer than here.

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  • golfer adam
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    Originally posted by KeithMcL
    I'm from Dublin, Ireland. Guess you can't get away from us
    Was in kildare during the weekend watchign the Irish golf open it was great.

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  • Floris
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    I am not Irish, and no intentions to become one either. I am not sure why I should to there on vacation too.

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  • KeithMcL
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    I'm from Dublin, Ireland. Guess you can't get away from us

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  • Zachery
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    I'm not personally from ireland, but my forefathers were

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  • golfer adam
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    Originally posted by Dean C
    I've been once. We flew over to Belfast and drove all the way down to see Fungi the dolphin in Kerry (IIRC). It was a beautiful place, the people in the South were so friendly
    I am just 10 minutes outside belfast and us Northeners are a lot more friendly well I am anyway.

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