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Travel Blogs from Bushmills
... a mile walk challenges the body and mind as one contemplates the walk across that swinging bridge! And, as one Irishman pointed out to us, you can see the Scottish Coastline in the distance beyond the Island.
A beautiful, sun-filled late afternoon visit to the Dunluce Castle ruins finished our sight-seeing day, and we topped it off with a grand dinner at the Bayview Hotel overlooking the beautiful Portballintre ...
... is very mysterious looking and we are all eager to look at the show to see how they are used in the story.
Tomorrow we are off to the Giant Causeway. Hopefully, our sense of direction will guide us to the place and back with less adventure than today.
contributed by Al
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... where we would cross a rope bridge that did not really seem as long and as high as it was from afar, but once I got close, it ended up taking me longer to cross than I thought! I was super proud of all the students because every single one of them chose to cross over the rope bridge to the little cliff face island. We were able to take some amazing pictures, and I am pretty sure if we let them, even though there is really nothing to do on that island, ...
I got up at 6 today.
Something is wrong.
But it was worth it, as I walked along the waterfront at a really peaceful time on the way to the train station.
And then I was on my way to the Giant’s Causeway!
I got talking to a nice chap on the way there, and he said he was getting off at the same stop.
Turns out he worked there…and got me in for free! I am so blessed to meet ...
... afternoon. Giants Causeway was really neat and you can see the cool rocks in my pictures! That night we hopped on another bus to Balleycastle and we got a amazing room at our B&B. We had 3 large bay windows over looking the ocean and from our window you could see Rathlin Island, Scotland, and some cliffs of Ireland. It was beautiful. That night we out to and eat then went to a pub and watch part of an ...