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... islands just off the coast via a rope bridge called the Carrick-a-rede Rope Bridge. The bridge is shaky but I felt safe. Once onto the island I witnessed some of the most spectacular vistas I had ever seen. It was so surreal, kind of like a dream... I sat on the top of the island looked out across the North Atlantic Ocean to Scotland and tried to soak it all up. Take a peek at the pictures below. I took a million but tried to only post a few of ...
... and easy with the motorways and a speed limit of 120km/ hr. As we had to return our rental car by 11 am, we had a long wait until our flight left at 2.45pm. It's a quick hop over the Irish Sea to Southampton where we picked up another rental car. For the next 14 nights we will be in 14 different places / beds, visiting friends, family and of course our bike trip in France from St Malo. Arriving ...
... away, is resolutely Protestant and Loyalist.
The first stop on our tour was at a pedestrian entry, normally open, between Shankill and The Falls neighbourhoods. Closed in readiness for the July 12th celebrations!
We walked around many of the streets checking out the murals. Most of the Shankill homes were well decked-out for Orangeman's Day. ...
... br> Then onto Belfast we we have the hugest apartment for just the two of us plus the dog.
What are we seeing in Belfast - the washer, dryer pjs and slobbering - neither of us can be bothered to go and see the city this evening - terrible.
we will head to the Shankhill Road area tomorrow before going to the Titanic Quarter for a mooch around before Dublin calls...... xx
... germans were supposed to be aiming for the docks but instead they purposely hit the only source of fresh water reservoirs. Her husband walked down the main streets of the city after the bombings and there was complete devastation - everything was destroyed. It was amazing to have the opportunity to hear her stories and she even gave us a few suggestions for things we must do while in Belfast.
The rest of the day in ...