Seaview Guest House
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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... impressive before driving back to Ballintoy in search of some free parking for the night. We are now parked on the coastal route somewhere up from Ballintoy on what is called the Giants Causeway. Our view is awesome, it is overlooking a Bay that we think is called 'White Park' and it has a very big stretch of beach that we are envious of not being able to get down to. It is now 8.50pm, I'm going to relax with a drink of Irish cream before turning in and pray for better weather ...
... like a waste of resources.
After grocery shopping, Kara and I went over to an extended relative of Kara's before heading out to see Glenoe Waterfalls. I kidnapped their little Yorkshire Terrier, named Jerry, he used to have a brother Tom and brought him to the falls with us. It started pouring as we arrived at the falls so Jerry's walk in the wilderness was adapted to be a walk in my jacket.
... were rather excited about the Jack Stack BBQ sauce they received, as I was with both a Rangers and Northern Ireland National team jerseys. They took us to a wonderful little restaurant up the northern coast line over looking the Irish Sea, called the Halfway House Hotel and Restaurant. It was owned by a former champion boxer. From the parking lot overlooking the sea, you could clearly see not only a light house in the distance, but the Coast of ...
... eyes out, for surely one cannot race in a run that isn't a race. Afterwards, BR2 came over to chat. He has only been running a year, a smidge older than me-better age grading despite being behind-so is on quite the upward curve. Thoroughly wonderful event, though I was away by 11, not quite the "you will you will you will" type atmosphere Willo had joked about last weekend. At that point we'd wondered if anyone got away before 1, envisioning extra ...
... but as our tour guide and Neil have informed me, it's still something you have to be very aware of. I have to admit this painted a different light on the way I felt on my remaining evening in Belfast. Not quite as safe, that's for sure. I HIGHLY recommend going to do this tour should you visit Belfast. It was not exactly something I would describe as fun, but certainly important.
The Causeway: The last day, we woke up at a relatively decent hour and packed up ...