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... Northen-Ireland has to offer. You can take a touring bus or rent a car. The whole coastline is amazing!
I haven't seen all Irish coastlines yet, but I have seen the coast line of the Burren (and the cliffs of Moher) and Howth (Dublin). The coast line of Belfast to the Giant's Causeway was the most impressive of all. (I would like to compare it with the Ring of Kerry one day).
When you travel by touring bus the Giant's Causeway will be filled with tourists on ...
... s - ours was number 2, the younger, good-looking one. We headed north out of Belfast toward the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge our first destination. Unfortunately, another of the black cabs had a flat tire on the way and Kieran, nice guy that he is, felt compelled to stop and help him. It didn't take too long and since the weather was nice, it was really not a big deal to make this unscheduled stop. We also made a brief stop so we could see the ...
... all the police vans were riot vans, with protection placed around all their lights & tyres so they looked similar to an Australian Armaguard van. Apparently these are the most common police vehicles in Belfast due to the frequent incidence of riots.
After spending all evening with Ian & Ruth we headed back to our B&B close to midnight armed with all the information of ...
... crazy and drive on the other side of the road. Eek! Also, were getting a little tired of the rain, our tans are fading and we desperately miss the sun. The ocean shores don't seem to far off anymore. Still enjoying Ireland and all the cool people here. If it didn't rain so much I would probably move here!
Shout out to Chris and Mick Halfpenny - You boys are a riot! Thanks for such a fun and amazing weekend I'll never forget!! Love yeas!
... First thing should have been to take one of the three hop on hop off buses. This would have given us an idea of other places to visit and things to do. Then, and only then, should we have gone to Titanic.
Back to the story. Titanic Belfast (http://www.titanicbelfast.com) has been constructed at the head of the slipways that Olympic and Titanic were built on. The Harland and Wolff drawing offices are beside the museum and will eventually be opened as part of ...