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Sleep in, a gloriously overdue sleep in.
With a thick fog sitting over Galway and a reservation in Derry for the night we set off north to take in the amazing emerald countryside that is Ireland.
With the fog sitting so thick and low that catching a glimpse of the countryside became a game in itself we drove on. During the trip it had come apparent that Brendon loved exploring abandoned things ...
... pub, ate dinner, talked and had a few drinks and then returned to the coach meeting point.
Here while waiting for the coach we meet a very drunk crazy Irish guy and had a bit of a chat with him until the coach arrived. The coach then took us back to the hotel. At the hotel i went back to the room, dropped off stuff and then went to the bar area, got a drink and used the WiFi in the lobby with a drink in hand. It was a nice quiet night, and i got to bed about 11pm.
... of all times and days on the 15th and today. Anyhow, this was just a long day of traveling at I got to Derry at like 10pm I think. I really don't remember but I just thought I should post something. So that's all...sorry if I wasted your time!
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... Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge.
I believe a perfect trivia question would be..."How many towns in Ireland start with Bally.....?" We have seen Ballygally, Ballycastle, Ballymoney, Ballybogy, Ballykelly, Ballbofey, Ballyshannon and several more in our short time here.
Carrick-a-Rede is made up of a craggy headland and pristine seas and the rope bridge survives the time when salmon fishermen used a more antiquated version to get across to the small island ...
... when you visit the Free Derry catholic republican area. We stopped at the Tower Museum in Derry which had some interesting exhibits including more information on the potato blights effect, World War II's effect and 'The Troubles’ including Bloody Sunday and on a more light hearted note, an exhibition on the Spice Girls.
Wandering the walls near Bogside, we passed a church which when bombings occurred in the 1960’s, bombs thrown over the wall from ...