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First we drove to Carrick-a-Rede, (the rock in the road) where a rope bridge was installed by fishermen 250 years ago, 30 metres above the sea, onto Carrick Island so they could launch their boats and catch the salmon below. The bridge sways in the wind (closed on really windy days) and yet we crossed it. The bulk of the island, however, was closed for winter regeneration. They get up to 400 tourists a day, half the number at Windsor castle the same time of ...
... exhibition with interactive displays, a lift up the Arrol Gantry, a "ride" in a car through the bowels of the ship, and lots of historical titbits. What a great place! Museums are not what they used to be anymore.
Set off at last out of Belfast and headed to the north coast. Camped for the night on a farm overlooking the distant sea, not far from the Giant's Causeway, for tomorrow. Wind buffeting the truck and ...
... history of this area and how there are two sides to the story. Lots of "aha" moments.
We walked the wall in Derry (I refuse to call it Londonderry). It is a huge wall that is still intact after hundreds of years of use. It has survived more than one siege and of course "The ...
... a beautiful spot.
Onto the Castle ruins of Dunluce. They were sitting right on the edge of a cliff. What a spot to live! And there was a great little tearoom right by where we had some Banoffe pie, while listening to 3 cute old ladies from town chat. They were hysterical.
Back to Portrush for dinner where we had pepperoni pizza that both of us swear was hotdog ...
... and I thought we are in relatively good shape, but we both wished we had spent more time doing stadiums in preparation for all the hiking and climbing we did today! Stage two of boot camp commenced at Bushmills Distillery, the oldest licensed distillery in Ireland. As early as the 13th century, there is mention of "Uisce Beatha", the "water of life" in Gaelic, being made in the Bushmill area. Historical references link Bushmills to distilling it as ...