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John awoke to a horrible night of sleeping. He does not like the new duvet comforter/sheets! I admit that I got hot once during the night. They don't have air conditioning in Ireland, so we can't crank it down! (We are able to open the windows.). We ate another scrumptious Irish, whoops, I mean Ulster (since we are in Northern Ireland) breakfast at …
... a light snow shower while passing through a small village and then a heavier fall on the main highway, and then a warning message on the car's dashboard saying "Injection Fault" with the diesel engine . As we got closer to Ballynahinch, a fix engine light and red "stop" lamp also started displaying on the dashboard. Even though the engine seemed to be running alright these warnings put a dampener on the final drive into Ians mother's birthplace.
Sleep in, a gloriously overdue sleep in.
With a thick fog sitting over Galway and a reservation in Derry for the night we set off north to take in the amazing emerald countryside that is Ireland.
With the fog sitting so thick and low that catching a glimpse of the countryside became a game in itself we drove on. During the trip it had come apparent that Brendon loved exploring abandoned things ...
... hotel bar. It was so well presented I had to take this "foodie" type picture.
The downhill path to the Causeway hugs the shore for about 1/2 mile. Around the last bend we see these bizarre stone structures.
Legend has it that the giant Ulster warrior, Finn MacCool, wanted to fight his Scottish rival on the island ...
... climbing to the top of them! We were on the first bus down there and beat the crowds. It was awesome to have the rocks to ourselves. Once the tour buses began to arrive, we decided to follow the path around to the other mountain area. It was a steep hike up and around. Beautiful vistas everywhere! We had the views mostly to ourselves as the tour bus people didn't have very long to hang around and they couldn't have made it up the steep ...