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Stayed at this castle facing the north channel to the Irish Sea. Beautiful place with little lanes for driving, walking and biking. The Ballygally hosts several ghosts they say. A very special stay. We headed to the Glenarm Castle next to attend the Diardria festival. What a fun event. Wonderful music, food, events and crafts. We decided to stay …
... painted on the sides of buildings as a reminder of the troubles that have occurred here in the past. Next, we drove on the the spectacular Giant's Causeway. We walked a few hundred metres down to the causeway, took in the view with hundreds of other visitors, and then caught a shuttle bus back to the visitor centre where we had some lunch. We continued along the north coast to a ...
Started the day with another wholesome breakfast, then headed back to the car park to collect our car. We both had issues of whether the car would still be there, or even have the wheels clamped. When we inserted the token at the pay machine it rejected it. When we hunted down the attendants they tried and came to the conclusion we were at the wrong car park. Narelle and I knew this was not the case and started to panic. They ...
... Wednesday night for having us and Jo for Thursday night, and for taking us back to the aiport.
It was raining on Thursday, so we just went down the town, went to the graveyard, hung around to see everyone and then had a lovely dinner out with the family and a few more drinks at the Glenowen.
Friday morning was another early start and we said goodbye to eveyone was off to England again.
The Giant's Causeway, total rock phenomena. Or is it? There are two schools of thought; one is that a giant from Scotland came over to Ireland, tried to make trouble with some landowner, wife scared him off, ...