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... immense cobblestone hill we called it quits and hailed a taxi. It was by far the best 6 pounds I have yet to spend. After a bus ride and a SUPER LUXURIOUS (not sarcastic) ferry ride later we found ourselves in northern Ireland where Brittany's friend met us and immediately drove us up to Portrush. ...
After a 4 hour flight from St. Johns we touched down in Dublin to sunny skies and a 2 hour drive to Belfast. Driving on the left side of the road can be a challenge but after only two near misses I finally got the hang of it. Arriving in Belfast we gladly left the car in the hotel car park and headed for the nearest Starbucks to satisfy Donna's craving for a London Fog. That done we relaxed at the hotel until the next morning where we took a Black Cab around Belfast ...
... create a very eerie atmosphere. The directors sure know how to pick the perfect backdrop for a creepy scene! Next on the tour was Ballytoy Harbor, site of the Iron Isles. This site is where the weather turned for the worst. The wind was howling and the rain started to really rain (like in Florida, rain here means a light drizzle). It was just cold. We didn't spend much time here just rushing to all the scene spots to take the pictures and then rushing back to the ...
... wanted to read it;)
So far my updates for now. I will be heading back home for good at the end of April.
At the moment back home for a few days, finishing assignments for St. Mary's and caching up with my family and friends, as we have a couple of weeks off here.
I will be posting my final updates soon;)
This week’s song:
... British History, Irish Economics History, music lessons, academic writing in English and professional development studies. I will give a brief description of each subject so that you can get a better idea of the themes we are dealing with during these lessons.
For the British History lectures we are dealing with the Victorian Era (1865-1914). We’ve been looking at the two political parties named as 'The ...