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... and we just got into the hotel. Most of the group is gone to "pick your own" dinner in town but Ive decided to stay back and just relax... the bus and people are starting to get to me so I need a break! Tomorrow we have another long drive to Galway where we stay for two days and start our excursions like mountain biking and whiskey/ beer tasting! I really am torn between being ready to come home and excited to be away.. Love you! ...
It was 7am and we were off to the Giants Causeway in Northern Ireland. Unbelievable coastline with some of the most entertaining tales as to how the coastline was formed, a giant named Finn is what I will leave you with. For those that watch Game of Thrones, much of the outside action footage is here and the studio is in Belfast. Going to have to start watching that show now. We walked across a 30 foot rope bridge ...
... And of course it was a beautiful spot. Onto the Castle ruins of Dunluce. They were sitting right on the edge of a cliff. What a spot to live! And there was a great little tearoom right by where we had some Banoffe pie, while listening to 3 cute old ladies from town chat. They were hysterical. Back to Portrush for dinner where we had pepperoni pizza that both of us swear was hotdog ...
... only £1 each way (also free with an NT card). The Causeway itself is quite unreal - it looks so symmetrical that you can't believe it's a natural formation. Thousands of hexagonal cylinders jostling for place along the coastline, jutting out here and there spiking out to sea, trying to reach over to Scotland where the legend began. It's really, really cool - only when you get up close can you see the different shapes, sizes and colours of the ...
... packed everybody up and left. I was amazed at how big the inside of the castle was. They had electronic guides which described the various rooms which was helpful. When looking our the windows, we noticed people walking along a path. I had read about a cave underneath and I wanted to go explore. Exploring in Ireland means steep paths and/or many steep stairs! We made it to the bottom and saw the cave. You aren't allowed to go down into the cave due to ...
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