Cromore Halt Inn
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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 ...
... our way to the carrack-a-rede bridge! The carrack-a-rede bridge was built in the 1600's by salmon fisherman who used it to get from the Ireland mainland to a small island to check their fishing nets! Obviously it had been redone now to make sure it is safer but boy is it still scary! It's probably 30-40 metres above the crashing ocean waves with just a plank of wood over the ropes to make it easier to walk one! It was £5 to walk ...
... after a song written by Jimmy Kennedy who lived in Portstewart and watched a boat with red sails sailing off the coast there. Because of the festival, all the restaurants in town were busy. Debbie suggested we not drive into town that night as there would be a big crowd and no place to park. She thought it would be fine to walk, but we decided that the walk to the golf course and watching the fireworks was enough.
Cole found us a wonderful hostel in the seaside town of Portstewart in Northern Ireland. It gave us a private room and time to explore the Giant's Causeway and all the treasures along the Northwest coast of Ireland. Our first adventure was Dunluce Castle which I really loved, it was a rainy day but that didn't stop us from exploring the ...
... showing some still live in 1689. I carried on happily round the city in occasional sunshine. The Guildhall's organ is especially mighty, and the staff there very solicitous. I toured the building then spotted one final room, which really was the introductory one. My saying "I got in yesterday" wasn't enough of a clue, not was "I've been there" enough to stop a description of the exhibits in the Tower Museum, and so I got a full run down on the city and a ...