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... br> Heading further along we stopped to take some pictures of some of the golden sand beaches before checking out the remains of the Dunluce Castle that in it's day would have been awesome.
Next up on the journey and probably the most famous thing to do in NI was the UNESCO world heritage sight "The Giant's Causeway". Many myths surround the formation of this crazy landscape and it was great to see, luckily for us the weather wasn't bad as it is also famous ...
... put it on his head like a babies bonnet. Huge Bennie knocked ******* the door, Oonagh said Finn was away fishing but proudly showed him her baby. Bennie was horrified at the size of the baby and it made him realise that the baby's father must be enormous, so he knocked the door off it's hinges to get out of the house, then crashed and stumbled as he ran,breaking up the causeway, as he made his way back to Scotland. All for you Luke, and keep following ...
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I took a £10 hop-on-hop-off tour bus which took me down the protestant Shankill Rd and up the catholic Falls Rd. These 2 roads are basically parallel, only a few hundred yards apart geographically but poles apart politically. They are still physically separated by a high 'peace wall' and ...
... for a bathroom and coffee break. While we were stopped, I got some pictures of some cows grazing next to the gas station. Then we continued on heading north, driving through Belfast and then getting on A2, the coastal road. This portion of the drive was incredibly scenic as we drove along the Northern Ireland coast, with the islands of Scotland just barely visible on the horizon. We drove through the town of Larne, where we saw a big crown ...
... up our luggage from the baggage carousel, we met Dries, also another Erasmus student from Belgium who shared the same flight. After a while, the three of us were collected by the school driver and Andreas, another Erasmus student who has been in St. Mary’s since last year. Our accommodation was about fifteen minutes away from the airport. Once in the mini bus, the school driver handed out an envelope to each of us ...
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