Belfast Telegraph

Monday 22 December 2014

Ethical travel proves costly

My daughter came to visit us recently from Coventry. For environmental reasons, she will no longer travel by plane.



She was able to book a return train from Coventry to Liverpool for £20 and return passage by boat to Belfast for £30. On arrival, she had to pay £10 for a taxi to Europa Bus station and £10 each way to Omagh by bus.

It is iniquitous that she had to pay such a high proportion of her travel on the three miles between the ferry and the bus station.

Only in Northern Ireland would this happen.

VINCENT BROGAN

Omagh, Co Tyrone

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