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... a couchsurfer, who had
double booked me with his holiday, but instead of leaving me stranded, he
passed me onto his friend.And that is how I have come to know Glenn, Laura and Gareth.And how I ended up going out for drinks with some of the
most welcome people I have met! And how I got to know their grumpy downstairs neighbour.And why I am so tired now.Lisa xo
... like the tour manager having a hangover because for a special occasion except not remembering what it was prevented us from leaving after an hour of our original time.
We saw a castle, a landscape that reminded of the South Island in New Zealand, and even though I couldn't manage a photo some locations where Game of Thrones was filmed. The Giant's Causeway is an old irish folk tale, it goes along like this:
Once upon a time there was ...
... around and dodged the water filled places. After taking some photos and looking around due to the weather we decided to head back. When we were walking back through the visitors centre we passed the café that happened to have some scones so obviously Pete and I stopped and sat down to enjoy one each. We then headed to Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge we arrived and it was busy to wait time to get on the bridge was 40minutes, I didn't mind waiting but Pete ...
... to accomplish our pub-a-day mission. And the best bit of our flight home was the fact that people from the Republic of Ireland don't have to go through immigration entering the UK! Score!
Overall our Irish road trip was amazing. We had a fantastic time and the fact that we could drive and stop where we liked made this holiday even more fantastic. The beauty of Ireland was spectacular and not what we expected at all and the culture and atmosphere was ...
Our tour of Belfast leaves a lasting impression. I'm no stranger to conflict - I did not expect glitter, rainbows and unicorns, but I did not expect to find that peace in Belfast was still so tenuous and the wounds still very raw - 12 years after the Good Friday/Belfast Agreement was signed in 1998. I used the slash marks because if you are Catholic/Republican, you call it the Good Friday Agreement, if you are Protestant/Unionist, ...