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Giant causeway: When we finished Derry's visit we went to the giant causeway. It's a big place next to the sea were you can see really impressive rocks cut in geometrical forms. There are two explanations one says that it's because of the natur of the rock and an other which is a legend about two giants who were ...
... named Finn MacCool and an other
one in Scotland. Both wanted to fight to see who was the strongest.
That's why they made a road betwin Ireland and Scotland. When the
Giant Finn MacCool saw the other giant, he was scared and he asked
his wife to hide him. The other giant thought that Finn MacCool was
the baby of another giant. So, he was scared and he fled, destroying
this road. A funny moment with my team of friends.
... Carrach where, unfortunately, the quilt shop has either closed down or moved...my poor sister is still searching for a fat quarter. I have to tell you that the name on our map does not match the name in our travel books and certainly only comes close to the Gaelic on the signs. Not easy to find a non existant quilt shop under those conditions. Made for an interesting day!
Then to the mouth of Lough Swilly and an amazing experience ...
... to anchor under sail (although we have all done this during our RYA courses.) We went about again in the driving rain and aimed for Cushendun, Red Bay, 20 miles North of Larne. The engine restarted OK after a couple of hours rest and we anchored with no problem. That was 21:30, and by 22:00 we were eating a delightful beef stew that Viv had prepared in the morning which had been cooking slowly all day.
Right now it's 23:36 and I have just started the engine ...
... and Mussenden Temple. Again the structures are now deserted and largely in ruins but the house was huge and the temple most impressive. Erosion means that the temple is now very close to the cliff edge and visitors are prevented from walking around it.
Ruth then navigated following the most direct route back to Cushendall. She checked that the roads were at least B roads. Both the map and the TomTom said so but we ...