Pearl Court Guesthouse
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After searching in a Lashing Rain, we enjoyed this alternative to a hotel with good breakfast.
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... unreliable, making check in way too difficult. Our VRBO host is a very fine young man. I have concluded, having shared a WC with Ben and his flat mates in San Francisco, and having shared a WC with Damien, our host in Belfast that I prefer to share my WC with gay men, they keep it much tidier.
Tuesday we got out of the city and headed on a leisurely drive up the sea coast to Cushendall. We stopped for the vista many times, and had a nice ...
... murals to fallen heroes. However if you were on the catholic side these people would be considered murderers. Parts of buildings are burned down, having caught fire from the huge bonfire made each year. The catholic side did not have flags everywhere. The homes that were close to the wall had chicken wire on them as items still get thrown over the wall. Belfast was an intriguing place to visit, though I could not imagine staying more than a weekend ...
... the max, and yet continued to put sunscreen on under
my tree.I went through half a bottle of sunscreen.And yet, the one patch on my leg which had light on it from
AMOUNG THE LEAVES was red. I seriously love the idea of summer and hate the
reality.It was while I was sitting down after my book was finished
that I just people watched, and realised how bloody alone you are when you
travel alone. And I don’t ...
... on both sides - each with with a tale about war, or peace, or violence, or history. It was captivating and moving but Gerard was able to show us that there is still hope for a light at the end of this tunnel. Next up, we moved upstream to see the brand new Titanic Belfast museum, located in the humongous shipyards where the Titanic and hundred of other gorgeous and revolutionary ships were ...
... world heritage site and is on some versions of the 7 natural world wonders list.
Driving back toward civilization, we went through Bushmills and visited none other than the Bushmills Whiskey distillery, which is older than both Guinness and Jameson. The smell was incredible.
I also drove through Ballymoney, which is where my childhood friend Alice Poots lives, although she only just got back from a trip to Tanzania (according to facebook) so we ...