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Southern Ireland vs Great Britian & Ireland Tour
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Hey i went on the UK tour but got off b4 it hit ireland..the rest of our Uk tour peeps went onto Ireland and joined with the new peeps..i dont know about the cohesivness factor between the Uk group and Ireland group but it shud be good..we had some mates continue onto Ireland and they had fun!!! Have you gone to the UK…i highly recommend the tour for it..i had a blast!!!!
Hey, Cornish Pasty. Thanks for the reply! I’ve actually studied abroad in London, so I didn’t really think the London portion was necessary, and I can’t get that many days off work anyway. <!--graemlin::(--> Although, I do love London and wish I could go back.
I’m just a little nervous because this is my first Contiki, and I’m traveling alone. I’m sure it will work out okay, but I’m afraid of meeting up with the group and everyone already having their travel buddies…
it shud be good…a whole lot of us got off at the Britain part and like 10 went on to the Ireland part then they met up with with 13 others….everything will be okay!! have fun
Hey Carybear, my friend and I will be on the same trip with you to Southern Ireland (June 27-July 5)! <!--graemlin::)--> It’s our first Contiki too!
We’re actually going to Scotland beforehand on our own (not with Contiki) and then taking a flight over to Dublin to meet up with our tour. So we’ll be in the same boat with not know the UK folks.
Looking forward to meeting you and everyone else!
Yay! I can’t wait to meet you. You’ll have to let me know how you like Scotland. I have 5 days to travel by myself after our tour, and I’m thinking about stopping in Scotland.
Only about 3 more months!!! <!--graemlin::)-->
Do this tour. You will have a blast
Ya gotta do the whole tour if you can Scotland was one of the best parts of the tour. I went last summer and absolutely loved it. It’s really a constant changing tour dynamic with people starting and stopping their tour. Fantastic tour! Let me know there’s any info I can provide!
Video from my Trip
I did just the England and Scotland tour last year, I think about 10-15 of us only did that tour, and another 8 or so got on for Ireland. There were also 4 people who did Scotland or Scotland and Ireland. The groups typically mesh well. You might find the occasional person or two who might not want to be bothered with getting to know new people, but they’re the exception. My suggestion is to make sure you hang out with the group the first night or two so you get to know some people quickly.
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