Travel Blogs from Bushmills
... of hexagonal and other straight sided rocks, created initially through volcanic lava flow, or by Finn McCool as the Irish legend goes.
The next visit--to the Carrick-a-Reed island Rope Bridge (20 meters long over a 30 meter gorge below was quite a challenge to the height sensitives souls who crossed it! A beautiful spot along the Atlantic Coast in Northern Ireland along the Causeway Coastal Route. A six ...
... is very mysterious looking and we are all eager to look at the show to see how they are used in the story.
Tomorrow we are off to the Giant Causeway. Hopefully, our sense of direction will guide us to the place and back with less adventure than today.
contributed by Al
Additional pictures have been added to previous entries, if you want to see more pictures from previous days.
... deaf and couldn’t talk. And the ten year old boy spoke for them and signed back to them.
Not only was I amazed and moved by the dedication and skill shown by this little boy, but I also wondered something.
How the heck did he learn to speak when both parents couldn’t? And how did he know what sign language went with which word when words weren’t given to him? I’m boggled.
Lisa xo ...
... race that is traditionally held in Italy but was held this past week in Northern Ireland in an endeavour to unite the two factions), we are gobsmacked at the beauty of the coastal scenery.
Finally we reach the Giant's Causeway. We had not heard of this amazing geological structure before, but are so pleased Tess told us about it as it truly is ...
... someone holding up traffic like that would have attracted a stream of abuse. Here, people just wait patiently then overtake when it's safe. Driving in Ireland is quite easy, despite the slow going and occasional tractor on the main roads.
So following the Causeway Coast was taking quite a bit longer than I'd anticipated. It also didn't seem as scenic as I'd been told. As soon as I left Ballycastle, I was apologising profusely for those thoughts. The ...