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... a quaintness about it, but it's definitely not a village.
We then headed to Broughshane (prounounced to rhyme with bush). This was more like I had been expecting for Ballymena. Really pretty. We easily found the First Presbyterian Church and cemetery. There was a large sign listing the people buried there, but we only read the part of the sign we wanted, so ended up looking for headstones. We found one of three. Just as I decided ...
... away, but it just seemed time to stop. I fear we missed some good photographs, so the navigator will have photography to add to his job description in future.
We asked a policewoman (on a pushbike) about accommodation in Antrim, and she suggested the Holiday Inn Express - opposite a big shopping centre. I had been thinking a B&B, but guess there's plenty of time for that. After ...
... of musicians casually sharing songs with one another. There was a singer I met who was quite familiar with the States; she toured all over the East Coast! They also had a guitarist, a fiddle player and an accordion/flute wonderwoman. They were TIGHT. I’m not sure if they’ve been playing together for long, but it sure seemed like it. I was incredibly impressed with their musicianship and keen listening ears.
... to get a beer. We all got wee little glasses, since it was early afternoon. In the bar they have these sections you can sit in and close these little doors. It was really cool and quite unique. Our next hop off was Titanic Quarter, which is the world's largest Titanic visitor experience. The center is built where Titanic was made and the building looks like an iceberg and is the actual height of the ship. Michelle and I went in to have the Titanic experience, while Ash ...
"I don't want to go to Belfast, I want to go to Ireland!" were the words which my friend uttered to me whilst planning the trip. It's time for her to catch the travel bug.
It's the same friend who asked a supermarket assistant about turnips and swedes. In Cornwall people call swedes, turnips. Then she asked "so how do you make it orange when it's in a mash?" His advice was to add carrots!!!
Once the location of Belfast had been established the two of us were ...