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... to strangers….and that mostly seems to be the norm around much of the world. You’re polite in your interactions with strangers as needed but not constantly jovial. People in Belfast and Londonderry, though, didn’t seem the get that memo any more than people in Roanoke, Asheville, and Little Rock. So while the things to see and do in Northern Ireland aren’t extensive, the amazing warmth and friendliness of the people makes up for ...
... of Ulster’s eight counties, the Protestant-majority ones,
remain part of the United Kingdom as Northern Ireland. County Antrim is the
northeastern most of the six, the area north and northwest of Belfast that
includes some very spectacular coastal scenery. We hit the coast just north of
Larne at a town named Ballygally. I love the village names here; there’s also
Ballykelly, Ballymoney, and Ballysally. The scenic route from Larne all the ...
... got to chat with this older, retired couple from England who were so lovely. They were going to do a 20km hike that day. That, right there, is relationship goals for the future! They were so nice and it was great to have company and chat with them. The bus ride there wasn't the last of see of them either! After 50 minutes of winding through the lush green countryside/coast I was at my first stop, the Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge. An hour behind my intended ...
On Tuesday we drove from Galway to Portrush on Northern Ireland. This took about 6-7 hours! So, needless to say, nothing exciting on Tuesday to report. We got into town about 6:00 and found a great hotel downtown. However, it's now the off season, so I never did see any store open except a convince store. On Wednesday we did the whole tourist route.
First stop was the ...
This morning we left our B and B and headed to a new place. When we got here, we checked into our inn and headed for the Giants Causeway. That is a place on the shore with small hexagonal shaped pillars. There is a scientific explanation on it, but I forgot that. Something about lava and upheavals. There is also a fantasy explanation that I like much better. Once upon a time in Ireland there was a giant. He made a walkway, kind of like stepping stones, in the ...