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... to build the bridge in a particularly spectacular part of the world, and so now it has become a tourist attraction. It was quite amusing to note that there was a disclaimer in the tour notes that any injury we suffered due to the bridge collapsing was not the fault of the company. Doesn't really inspire confidence, does it? The next stop was the real star attraction of the day: the Giants causeway. This incredible bit of coastline ...
Sorry I haven't been on any exciting adventures lately (LOL JK, it's been wonderful here)...I guess I can get you up to date ! (I went back and added just a few pictures to the Cork post)
Ireland's been grand, as usual, and yes I'm starting to say 'grand' and 'thanks a mill.' Still no rain; I don't mean to jinx it, but somebody really lied to me about the weather (I thought it was going to rain every day!). Yes, I am going to class and yes I do work (the library here ...
... mins. It's coughing a bit..not well.
We run it for 30 mins every 4 hours to keep it warm enough to start without using EasyStart. Lets hope that method continues to work.
========= 15:00, rain and no wind.
An executive decsion has been taken!
We will make for Carrickfergus, some 30 miles away, departing 5 am (Friday) to catch the tide where the engine is to be replaced. That'll take a few weeks. Viv and Sean have ...
... the local pub for dinner and enjoyed a hot whisky and a guinness pie to share...after all it was our last night in Ireland! I did manage to trip down a stair and throw my full drink all over the ground...I felt marginally better when the table that witnessed me do it, informed me that someone else had done the same thing only ten minutes earlier..dodgy stairs I say! We headed back to the hostel and began to relax and chat to the other guests when Phin ...
... 8217;t as we drove along a track with grass growing up the middle, past fields of cows and avoiding walkers on route; but no other cars. Once back on what we would call a B road we drove through one of the nine glens of Antrim, Glenariff to Cushendall, arriving back at the B&B about 20:00 after a long, enjoyable day. Relaxing in the room, Tom very much enjoyed a not so wee dram from the bottle of Black Bush we bought at ...