Perhaps I've just become more aware of things around me but I feel that one of the most interesting aspects of Belfast is underpinned by how compact it is. For example: We take our boys to Victoria Park because it's very flat for Seth to get to grips with cycling. There's also a BMX track and Noah loves whizzing around it at top speed. It's a park so it's hardly surprising that there's ducks to feed. But take a little stroll around the lake, a cheeky right through the trees and you're at an inlet from the harbour where private boats are moored. And just across the water is the end of Belfast City Airport's runway, so planes swoop in low over your head frequently. Bikes, Boats and Aeroplanes. And actually yes, Trains and Automobiles just over the fence.