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... having a party and heard a crash. When the servants didn't return, the host went to check on them. The kitchen had fallen into the ocean. We continued on the Coastal Causeway Route. Since it was a clear day, we could see Scotland, only 14 miles away. Passes thru Bushmills - famous for its whiskey. Passed by Balleycastle Golf Course. Passed through glens /valleys created by glaciers. Houses were covered by stucco like material called pebbledash. Arrived at Giant,s Causeway where ...
... too far from a LUAS station. We arrive just as two trams are arriving and we pick the correct one and we are off!
We are at the front of the tram with our suitcases and backpacks. We have many stops to go but I am able to find where we are on the LUAS map above the door. Jen is looking at the one over my head and says she cannot make it out. She is not seeing the stops I am pointing out. She says it must be for a ...
... sort of pasta that I have ever had before. Maybe it was not "pasta' as they pronounced it "Paysta" and it did sort of taste like paste.
Anyway another 3 hours before our flight to Edinburgh. I believe our plane is so small they are going to call us up by name instead of rows. This should be another cool journey!!
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... heaps of fun at our grandparents place. The boat ride is only 20 minutes across to Ireland's Eye which is a small uninhabited island off the coast of County Dublin, situated directly north of Howth. Ireland's Eye comprises the main island, a range of rocks and an islet called Thulla. The most spectacular feature is the huge freestanding rock called "the Stack", at the northeastern corner of the island, which plays host to a large variety of seabirds, ...
... sun shining the U.K was similar to home in many ways: green everywhere you look, breathtaking scenery and friendly people who speak English! However, home has nothing on the pubs which are on every corner! Pubs are the ultimate go to place, whether you want a nice meal, pint of local brew, some good old banter or amazing live music the pub will have it all. Just don't turn up late and legless, the pub is where the night starts not ends! Starting off my U.K tour in North ...