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... will do to get a photo op. Even our great photos do not do the experience justice. Be sure to google the cliffs to get some amazing professional film and photos. Further up the coast we went through Burren National Park, a very strange area of exposed rock with minimal vegetation. So different from the rest of the surrounding area, yet beautiful in its own right.
One of our special memories of our stay in Cooraclare were the visits to the ...
... his irish ancestry, also how Shell bought out a ton of petrol and is trying to get back on the irish side by supporting G.A.A. sporting games etc., it was all really interesting. Very glad to know Pedro and Curtis and Johnny the host, it’s all grand! Twas a lovely, unique day, I’d say!
So I came to realize that the multiple sources I relied upon for getting to Derry conflicted with each other, my Ireland transportation App and the bus ...
We took a BlaBlaCar from Dublin to Portrush with an extremely nice Polish man and his coworker and got dropped off at our hostel. Our first day and night we wandered the streets. We discovered that Portrush is a ritzy vacation feeling town right on the coast. That night we watched movies and relaxed in our hostel. The next day, we got a bus pass and explored a few miles of the coast. We saw white rock cliffs, gorgeous beaches, castle ...
... it out. This road was used in one of the scenes. It (google maps) took us along the rolling farmland (even saw a sign "potatoes sold here." Some of these back roads were wider than the Coastal Causeway! The road was beautiful. It is lined with these intertwining trees. It is bizarre because it is in the middle of farmland. We were just happy stage six didn't involve steep hills or stairs! Having accomplished all six stages, we passed Irish Boot Camp ...
... one. Golly, am I glad no one answered that door! I went to the right house this time and we made the trek back home. They were stopping at a friend-of-family's home in Galway, so I left them there and continued on via our wonderful Bus Eireann, back to Limerick, crashing home to bed near midnight.
And now it is midnight the next day, and I need my beauty sleep before my lovely friend Sarah from home comes to visit me! So until we meet again, peace.