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First we drove to Carrick-a-Rede, (the rock in the road) where a rope bridge was installed by fishermen 250 years ago, 30 metres above the sea, onto Carrick Island so they could launch their boats and catch the salmon below. The bridge sways in the wind (closed on really windy days) and yet we crossed it. The bulk of the island, however, was closed for winter regeneration. They get up to 400 tourists a day, half the number at Windsor castle the same time of ...
We are in Northern Ireland. Politics is still something you don't want to discuss here in the Pubs. We ate a great meal in a pub across the street from the Castle in Donegal; in fact it was called the Castle Pub. I had the best Bangers and mash I have ever had!
We heard a lot about ...
We woke up early and headed to the beach again to do some rock climbing. It was my first time doing "real" rock climbing, by that I mean not at a mall. It was really fun and very terrifying. I fell one time, but it's okay because I didn't get hurt. It was really fun. After this, we went back to the house and had lunch. After this we packed up and headed back to Dublin. Another long drive ahead. Overall, it was a really good and relaxing weekend. Exactly what I needed. ...
... me inland. I have to go some distance before there's a gap in the top barbed strand and I can step over it.
I track northwards again, to get to Pollaguill Bay, another nice beach, though much smaller than Tramore. But here there's another barbed wire fence, even bigger than the first and mounted on a low stone wall just for good measure! I try the same tactic of going inland to find a crossing place, but there isn't one this time. ...
... yellow colours of the Donegal Gaelic Football team, who are in the all-Ireland finals in Dublin soon. It looks like the whole community is behind them and some of the posters give special support for particular players, presumably those who are local to the town or village concerned. It looks like the whole community is behind them.
It's getting on towards 6.00pm when I arrive at my accommodation in Portnablagh, 120 miles from Belfast. It's a flat in a modern block ...