This weekend the Tall Ships where in the city. Planning on going down on both Saturday and Sunday, it ended up just being Saturday night. That’s my excuse for the lack of photos, but hey there’s always next year. The time I did spend down by the waters edge was great. There was a fantastic atmosphere and I was out with one of my best friends!
As you can see from the pictures the weather wasn’t the best but it was still warm and luckily it stayed dry. After having a look at a few of the boats we decided we had to get ourselves a sailors hat.
We also picked ourselves up these cute little dream catcher bracelets.
There were so many stalls we wanted to look around and the rest of the boats, it really was a fantastic and lively atmosphere but it was just so busy with people we decided to get a drink and come back.
There were a few beer tents there, all of course packed and then from a far we spotted the tent from our favourite local bar Horiato Todds and well the going back didn’t happen.
Raspberry and vanilla Collins cocktails and a good view of the stage.
Oh and I forgot to show you my outfit for the night. I literally picked it up that afternoon from H & M, a maxi dress perfect for the summer that was cool, comfortable and really flattering. I completely love it and felt great wearing it, I accessoried it with a pair of brown sandals from Primark, earrings I’ve had for years and my new bag from Zara.
Our plans for also going back to the stalls, ships and to see the fireworks didn’t really happen, because all of a sudden it was after ten, the tents and stalls were closing and the fireworks had started.
This is the only picture we ended up getting. We did however go into one of our favourite clubs and had a great night!!
Don’t the best nights always seem to be the ones you haven’t planned!!
The next day we were suffering a tad, so we went for an amazing feed in Maggie Mays in Belfast!!!
We couldn’t finish it all but oh my word it was delicious and a total bargain at only £23 for the two of us.