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... and rocks below. It was a wobbly and very windy walk, with wind gusts so strong the whole bridge would move and wobble and bend making things a little scary! There were amazing cliff faces to appreciate on the damp and slippery walk back to the coach. The second was the Giant's Causeway, said to have been created by the great giant Finn McCool but really formed due to the volcanic rock in the area around 65 million years ago. I was looking forward to this the most, and it lived up to ...
We got up reasonably early to go on 'Dans Tour' of the best bits of NI. So we set off with some Irish folk music playing in the car. First stop was Glenariff Forest Park, where we had a lovely (although slightly damp) walk around the boardwalks and gorge of some beautiful waterfalls. It was a really scenic trail through the woodlands, dense in ferns and mosses, and we had it pretty much to ourselves.
Next up was Carrick-A-Rede. This is a famous ...
... 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 ...
... some welding. It was a successful morning and also included a £42 spend at ASDA. We are mindful that we won't find many ASDAs or TESCOs in the Scottish Islands!
In the evening we had hoped to join Richard and his mates for some racing but unfortunately there was not enough wind so we sought comfort in the bar instead. As we were sipping our second pint of Guinness another ...
... 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 ...