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... sea when out on the rocks. For many Aussies this is Rockfishing Rule #1 so we were already prepared to be careful. It was also very foamy, like a gigantic sandy bubble bath! Naturally it was crowded being a major tourist destination and Northern Ireland's only World Heritage site, but we still got to explore and climb and have a great time. Through the trip we passed through many little coastal towns and also stopped at the Bushmills Distillery for lunch. There was also a photo ...
Sleep in, a gloriously overdue sleep in.
With a thick fog sitting over Galway and a reservation in Derry for the night we set off north to take in the amazing emerald countryside that is Ireland.
With the fog sitting so thick and low that catching a glimpse of the countryside became a game in itself we drove on. During the trip it had come apparent that Brendon loved exploring abandoned things ...
... 8217;t had a phone since Italy). Looking rather surprised by my request, he explained that our (former) B&B closed up and left for Spain back in December! Once I recovered from the shock I asked if he might have a room for us in his B&B, which he did, and that was that – our little disaster was averted.
Irish Boot Camp began this morning at 8:00 with a small breakfast. The owners normally don't start serving until 8:30, but we had tickets for Giant's Causeway at 9:00 and they offered to open early for us. We decided to make it easier for them and just did a cold breakfast. We were on our way to Giant's Causeway (or, as I like to call it...God just showing off!). The most popular Irish legend tells how the Irish giant, Finn McColl, laid the causeway to ...
... even buy gluten free products in these shops.
We drove to Headford arriving about 5:30pm so it was dark. The cottage was easy enough to find although very remote with nothing around at all. We had a strange greeting, being met by the caretaker with music blaring. She couldn’t work out how to turn the sound down on the TV. She showed us how things worked and where things were. It was a small place, it had everything we needed even a glowing Jesus but ...