Causeway Coast Independent Hostel
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... pubs. The semi official population of the village is around 700 so three pubs is a pretty good ratio. Everyone was so welcoming and friendly including a birthday serenade for Don by two of the older regulars at Turbidys, our favourite spot. After thinking and reading about Ireland's major city we decided to cut short our Cooraclare stay by two nights in favour of a quick stop in Dublin. Next stop; Dublin before heading further north to the Giants ...
... I played it safe and arrived early to Busaras today expecting to get a 12:15 directly there but I arrived at quarter to 11 and Boom! a bus was leaving at 11, stopping here and there along the way but it still wouldn't be bad and at least I'd be on the road! so we did it! while waiting for the bus, the driver had trouble opening the compartment door for luggage, and the security guard came over and there were 3 workers standing staring at everyone just absolutely failing ...
... here on a clear day you can also see Scotland! We are a beautiful day but not quite clear enough! It was £8 to get into the cause way which included an audio guide which told you all about the history. We paid for Sydney to come in as he had been before and we didn't feel that it was fair for him to pay when he had been so good to us already- Mabel was happy to wait in the car. A quick stop for cake and coffee before we left and we ...
... be a fireworks display in town at 10:30. At the appointed time, the loud pops and bangs started, and they lasted for fifteen minutes. We went out to watch from the street with a few of the neighbors for a little while, but didn't stay for all of it. When I booked the B&B, I was not aware that this would be the final night of the Portstewart Red Sails Family Festival which is an annual community event. It ...
... off to Scotland, making new memories, remembering old ones, and saying "Not Goodbye" to Northern Ireland, but "Until Next Time"......
May the road rise up to meet you.
May the wind be always at your back.
May the sun shine warm upon your face;
the rains fall soft upon your fields
and until we meet again,
may God hold you in the palm of His hand.
-Traditional Gaelic Farewell ...