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... what has become known as “The Troubles” in the news and the opinions of the many Irish I lived around in the suburbs of New York, it seemed as though Belfast was almost synonymous with Northern Ireland and the sectarian strife. So it’s interesting now that I’ve been reading about the history and learning some in museums as well just how many of the major events and violence took place in Londonderry/Derry.
... off the coast of Scotland added it into their mythology as a causeway
between the two coasts over which two resident giants fought each other. I
can’t help but recall a ranger-led walk I went on at an archaeological site in
West Texas a few years ago during which one of the people on the tour decided
to give an alternative “Biblical” narrative for all the explanations of
geological phenomenon the ranger gave, “Creation ...
... from me (like 100 feet) to get to the beach. The tide was out so I was able to walk out a bit and explore. Next up was Dunseverick Castle, rumoured to have been visited by St. Patrick back in the day. All that is left of the cliff side castle is three walls, but with the right day it makes for a stunning view. You were allowed to hop the wall and explore, which of course I did given I had an hour at the stop. I ended up going off the beaten path by accident ...
... 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 ...
... saw the Giants Causeway, and that was very cool. The story is about... well..... what Briana said. The giant wanted a war with the other giant from Scotland, because he could see him in the distance obviously looking small from far away. And giants apparently don't like getting their feet wet, so he built a path leading to Scotland, and when he was up close to the giant, he realized how big he was and ran all the way back home. His wife dressed him as a baby, and by ...