Four Seasons Hotel and Leisure Club
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... stepping stones on the shore, however the tide was well in so not as many were exposed as my humans remember from their last visit here 20 years ago. They remember being far more impressed than they were this time. Probably there wasn’t nearly as many tourists about either as it was November that time. I got to sit on the Giants shoe while D took a photo and also on a pillar beside the gate. Another formation is called the camel and a complicated story ...
... hotel in Kingscourt. Tonight we are staying in a converted castle - The Cabra Castle Hotel. Guess what! There was a wedding about to get under way when we arrived. We were staying in the Courtyard and we scored a two bedroom unit. Huge. The wall heaters were on including a heated towel rail. Very comfortable. I went out for a look around. I went into the Castle from the back entrance and just as well they had signs at every turning as it was like ...
After loading the bike into the crate and strapping her securely she was forklifted onto a truck ready for the run to Dublin to join Jochens bike in the depot there where they would be loaded onto a Bucharest bound vehicle.
As I write this the bikes have been in Romania since Thursday last so by lunchtime this coming Friday May 30 we should be saddled up and ready to roll.
... and then into Armenia, returning to Georgia in order to ride in the Caucasus Mountains.
Our return leg will see us hug the southern shore of the Black Sea in Turkey stopping for a day or two in Istanbul before we ride back up to Bucharest where we will drop off the bikes and fly home.
Internet access may be an issue as we get further east but I will try to update this blog as frequently as I possibly can, ideally every evening.
... and our first stop was at Carrick-a-Rede and Larrybane, which translates to a hike around some high cliffs and a rope bridge to a fishing station. The views were amazing in spite of the wet and foggy weather.
Next stop was the Giants Causeway. This is a geological formation of basalt. 60 million years ago a molten lava flow cooled in a way that resulted in ...