Fort Royal Country House
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The destination today is a little village called Ramelton. Its near the Northern Island/UK border and the city of Londonderry. I am staying in a house found on airbnb. The drive takes about 3 hours. I stop off in a place called Letterkenny and walk around the high street and the main shopping mall before heading to my accommodation.
I have chosen a house rather than camping for a few reasons. The first is the rain and wind. The second is there are no camp grounds ...
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... it twice.
Despite the stunning beauty of the Donegal countryside and the green and gold bunting and good luck messages for the All Ireland Final everywhere, we were stuffed and headed for Letterkenny. Gallaghers Hotel have secure underground parking, a sound food and bar menu, and sharp pricing.
Rested, the next day was to be our last for this journey. We headed north towards Malin Head. More bays, twisty roads and steep blind corners, and the ...
... Europe (apparently). Luckily it cleared up on the half hour walk out there so the cliffs and coastline looked awesome. We climbed up to a higher view point with some grumbling. Stopped at another view point around the coast for dinner, and stayed in Killybegs, the largest commercial fishing port in Ireland. We set off rather early the next day to Donegal where we had breakfast, went to a supermarket and visited the tourist office. The Wild Atlantic Way was on more of ...
... went into the city and went up on top of the city walls. We walked along the walls, following the route we had gone with the paddywagon tour last June, and Darren gave us some history on the town, the troubles, religion, politics and everything. He had a surprisingly objective view and was able to give an honest opinion without being biased towards either side, despite coming from a Catholic/Nationalist background. The way he explained it made it a whole lot clearer, with each ...