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... white fish. We took off and headed to the Giants Causeway. The drive could have gone smoother for Sam if it were not for Matt having so much fun at Sam's expense, as she had to listen to Matt complain about the lack of Castle viewing up to this point in our trip. There may have been a reference to Timmy's Tours and their likelihood of ensuring that the guest sees what he wants. The day actually was planned out great, we stopped at ...
... Tony Blair conducted an inquiry investigation into the event and 12 years later determined the civil rights activists where innocent and the deaths of the 14 protestors were unjustified.
We also saw the Bloody Sunday Monument, Guild Hall which opened in 1980 and then rebuilt in 1913 after the IRA bombed it causing massive damage. Michael pointed out the Peace Bridge and the "Hands Across the Divide" sculpture which was inspired by the growing hope ...
... The rival was so shocked to find such a large “baby” that he ran back to Scotland fearing that whomever had sired this giant 'baby’ must be enormous. Finn, now relieved, ripped off the baby clothes and quickly knocked down the bridge.
However the hexagonal basalt posts got here doesn’t matter as much as ...
... longer than the Giants Causeway and it had lots of 'steps', and rocky paths. Then it had a grumpy attendant who told me to get in the queue, I said to him "where's the sign to tell people to do that"' he just shrugged his shoulders and mumbled something in leprechaunese. So I got in an Irish queue, that's where everyone stands in a circle. After a while we got to go down some vertical steps and then we went across a ...
Morning all! Well guess it's time for a quick reflection on Tuesday and our trip to Derry.
So we set off early(ish) with several hangovers along for the bus ride. Before long we arrived at the Carrick-a-rede rope bridge, which like the name suggests is a wee little rope bridge over a 100 foot drop, connecting the land so a small island which was traditionally used by sherperds and their sheep (i guess the foxes couldn't jump the gap!). Now true to form i totally bailed on ...