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Posted: 09.08.2020  ·  #1
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Ya could have left this great info for a couple of days as we are here now and planning a couple of nights🤬🤬 must get Stevie's wallet opened!!
Great spot, views amazing, 2 watertaps and toilets within 3 minute walk, chippy, ice cream van and 2 bars (both open and serving drink without food) and blazing sunshine today


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Well that worked well 😂


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must get Stevie's wallet opened!!



Wish ya luck with that 😁😁


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Ya know the miserable sod well. Hope all good with u pair😎

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Thats a blast from the past.enjoy ur stay in glenarm.ps was looking at there fb page this morning and they werent happy with the amount of vans there.


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Thats a blast from the past.enjoy ur stay in glenarm.ps was looking at there fb page this morning and they werent happy with the amount of vans there.


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It's someone that has created a page in the name of Glenarm. They* also seem quite open to motorhomes staying if they make a donation.


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Are the toilets open at night?


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We tried our best to spend money down the road from Glenarm in Whitehead today but at 3.30pm after a walk on the new coast walk and some kayaking every restaurant or chippy was either closed at 3, not open til 4.30 or had just closed their kitchen and were serving drinks only so we gave up and went back to the van. Was even less open last August when we were last there. Missing a trick with lots of punters walking into town after doing the new coast walk. Only one other van stayed over last night. Very quiet. We were in Antrim on Saturday afternoon and had no problem spending lots of money. Keeping your town in business @Ally 👍


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I was up in Glenarm on Saturday evening it was packed out. I didn't stay. I think this whole covid thing has totally put my head away.
After a little while I started to feel anxious and decided to go home. I think this year must be one of the most depressing years ever. Anyway I'm dead keen to get out and about but not enjoying it the way I used to.
Glenarm was gorgeous though weather was great


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. I didn't stay. I think this whole covid thing has totally put my head away.
After a little while I started to feel anxious and decided to go home. I think this year must be one of the most depressing years ever. Anyway I'm dead keen to get out and about but not enjoying it the way I used to.



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They meaning the glenarm face book page!!!!


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I think you've summed it up for us all there Geri 🤒😠


I thought I was the only one feeling that way. My main concern is that I work with some vulnerable people who have health issues and I would die off if I passed anything on to them because I was gadding about.. but really feeling the need to get out!

Is everywhere busier or does it just feel that way?


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I thought I was the only one feeling that way. My main concern is that I work with some vulnerable people who have health issues and I would die off if I passed anything on to them because I was gadding about.. but really feeling the need to get out!

Is everywhere busier or does it just feel that way?


It has been hard, we've been trying to just stay away from people and get into places that are spacious with nice walks and big open areas for the kids. I've M.S and we've tried to use the van as much as possible just to get out and about for some 'normal', but it does seem harder to just get places that have the open, not too squashed in feel.


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We feel like not using the van and adding to the madness that's out there. But then when you study it, it's tents, caravans and cars that are causing more havoc than Motorhomes.

*The free places* are the ones overcrowded. Plenty of spots on he app where you can stay away from the crowds, I just hope it dies down soon before more and more places are destroyed.

We'll stay in NI this year until we see what happens, but we don't plan to be doing much, I had considered 2020 cancelled, I should of stuck to that.


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