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... br> Heading further along we stopped to take some pictures of some of the golden sand beaches before checking out the remains of the Dunluce Castle that in it's day would have been awesome.
Next up on the journey and probably the most famous thing to do in NI was the UNESCO world heritage sight "The Giant's Causeway". Many myths surround the formation of this crazy landscape and it was great to see, luckily for us the weather wasn't bad as it is also famous ...
... since 1694, described the rocks: "We found none square, but almost all pentagonal, or hexagonal; only a few had seven sides; and many more pentagons than hexagons; but they are all irregular… They always lie as close as possible for one stone to lie on another, so that on the outside of the pillars you can only discern the crack that joins the two stones." In later years, the Causeway became a must-see attraction for wealthy Victorians ...
... Stazzo, Verona, Little Brington, East Belfast ...
'Got my ticket at the airport
Well I guess I’ve been marking time
I’ve been living in another country
That operates along entirely different lines
Keep me away from porter or whiskey
Don’t play anything sentimental it’ll make me cry
I’ve got to go back my friend
Is there really any need to ask why' ('Got To Go Back')
Sunday morning, we had a wake up call for 430 and after getting our stuff together, we caught a taxi to the Dublin Discover Ireland Centre. We swung by the convenience store and got some breakfast and ate it at the steps of the former church. Soon, the tour buses from Irish Day Tours arrived and we got on the one heading to the Giant’s Causeway and Northern Ireland. Our bus driver and tour guide’s name was Matthew and he was ...
... that I was standing was the spot that Titanic and her sister ship the Olympic were built. Nothing was left of the original dry dock but the outlines of where the two mighty ships would've once sat unfinished. I reverently walked down it's length, expecting some kind of shrine or plaque to commemorate those who built the ships, but instead found a group of thrill seekers conducting water sports on some kind of Flying Fox device. I couldn't help but laugh at what ...