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TravelPod Member ReviewsSmugglers Inn Bushmills
Had a good night sleep and an Ulster Fry for breakfast.
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... stop when we reached Antrim Road in Ballynahinch. Ian looked for the correct house where his mother grew up while Jo-Ann phoned the car company. The car company said that they would replace the car from Belfast but it might take a couple of hours. There was no house at Number 6 on Antrim Road so we took photos of the surrounding area and went for a walk down the nearby river. Tristan dropped a snowball off a walkway bridge and we followed it down the ...
... Carrickfergus Castle which was home to William of Orange and still had the original holes in the protruding outer windowsills that would have delivered boiling hot lead onto any potential intruders below. It was nice to have a chilled out day today where everything was organised for us, and a nice proper hotel to return to that evening. As much as I had an absolute blast on TopDeck it's made me appreciate little creature comforts and days where there's no huge rush to be anywhere or ...
... my excitement. Although, the aforementioned did dampen my camera lens, resulting in reliance on the trusty iPhone 5 plus filters, of course. This natural wonder is so perfect in every imperfect way. Lava rock, standing tall like column steps into a calm ocean, apparently an inviting pathway for a Giant en route to Scotland some 60 million years ago. My life of natural wonder seeing ...
... their museum. Unfortunately, our grumpy coach driver was rushing us (for some reason) and we unfortunately did not have time to walk around the museum. I did manage, however, to dash into the gift shop in time to be able to buy a magnet and a pin, so I am happy. We said goodbye to Giant's Causeway and drove a short distance (about 20 minutes) to the Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge. We were greeted by two great guides who split us up into two groups and walked ...
... to what I am on about. And in Ireland that could be anyone. If I remember which particular Irish guy I was talking about and why he was of such importance to this blog, I will be sure to update) – just remembered. Met a circus guy from Dublin.
I went to a beach then and sat for ages just looking at the water. Didn’t dare go in because it was like liquid ice (yes, I know that doesn’t work. ...