Travel Blogs from Portrush
I had what I call a productive lazy day today.
A day where I got my book, I got my lunch and I went and sat down at the festival and did not much for a long time.
It was nice to relax for a while, because I am moving on tomorrow and who knows what that will hold!
Very short entry today, because I need to pack up my bag and we all know how long that is going to take!
Lisa xo ...
... I turned right around.
And I actually properly closed my book.
Athru, a group of 5 lads from Belfast who make up an irish group, are the winners.
They were incredible. So much so that I took a business card, and got my dad to help me contact 10Days Festival.
I don’t know if anything will come of it, but I hope for their sakes something does.
I was on my way back to the hostel then, when the cinema ...
... m sure he will be fine.
I wandered for a bit and met a guy from Sydney called James. I asked him to take my photo on the Causeway and to further humiliate myself I stumbled 3 times and fell into a puddle. Because I am just that good.
And people wonder why I am single. People as in ‘me’ people. Ahaha. Hmm.
(I have written in my notes ‘Irish guy’, but I am at a complete ...
... climbing to the top of them! We were on the first bus down there and beat the crowds. It was awesome to have the rocks to ourselves. Once the tour buses began to arrive, we decided to follow the path around to the other mountain area. It was a steep hike up and around. Beautiful vistas everywhere! We had the views mostly to ourselves as the tour bus people didn't have very long to hang around and they couldn't have made it up the steep ...
... they clearly expect at other times of the year, given the amount of parking, the huge new visitors centre and the shuttle bus to and from the causeway. We were a little sneaky and avoided paying, as they are free to see unless you go through the visitors centre, but sometimes they still try to nab you for parking per person in the car. The kids and I walked in from the street while Ro parked.
Next stop was a rope bridge at Carrick – a – Rede. ...