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Today we begin our way out of the Republic of Ireland and head for Northern Ireland which is a part of the United Kingdom.
On the way out, we first stop at the grave site of famous author W.B. Yeats who was awarded the Novel Prize for Literature in 1923. Yeats was born in and lived in Dublin, as well as homes in other parts of Ireland, ( …
Today we took a day trip along the Antrim Coast, where we went to the Giant's Causeway which I think was the highlight of the trip for me because I'd never seen anything like this before and we were right by the ocean where you could see and hear the waves crashing in. Beautiful and amazing.
The Giant's Causeway is a 5 mile long …
... Sam was a trooper and apologized the whole way until Matt could not deal with any more "I'm sorry"'s. The drive was spectacular with stunning views for miles of the coast and small towns. You can understand why everyone says Ireland is so green.We found a place to stop and have lunch at Harry's in Cushendall. Very interesting and wonderful salad with fresh and local prawns and crawfish and a bowl of seafood chowder with salmon and ...
... called for libation so we moved on to the Old Bushmills Distillery, founded over 400 years ago, for a tour of the full production and packaging line after which we sampled a 12 year old Bushmills Irish Whiskey. Very smooth! Left the Distillery bound for a hike to a 90 foot high rope footbridge across a narrow chasm to a small island where fishermen have checked their salmon nets for 200 years. No, it's not been the same bridge all that time. Unlike ...
... as it's a good hike and Garry's knees aren't flash. We that the rocks were the same as Mt Scoria at Thangool but they're not. They're hexagonal mainly. I climb out to the pile at the edge of the sea to take some photos. Later I climb the cliff and get some more great shots. Garry and many others aren't impressed. He thinks it's an old council quarry! It's a great money spinner for Northern Ireland. The story about the causeway is about Finn McCool who threw the rocks ...