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... and looked at Fingal's Cave in 1989.) Brilliant UNESCO site, with a new visitors' centre that opened summer 2012. We walked the kilometre to the causeway then climbed around on it, watched by Rangers who would blow a whistle at you if you ventured too near the waves! Returned to the Boomer and drove to Londonderry. We had been lucky to avoid the rain all morning, with just the wind, but now it rained so we headed for a camp site. Londonderry ...
... history of this area and how there are two sides to the story. Lots of "aha" moments.
We walked the wall in Derry (I refuse to call it Londonderry). It is a huge wall that is still intact after hundreds of years of use. It has survived more than one siege and of course "The ...
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. ...
... the bogside, which looked really pretty at night! (As did the trees overhanging the walls.) We hung out there for a little bit and got some cool photos, and Darren and Ciaran had a smoke, then we wandered back down to the city centre and went to another pub called the Gweedore Bar and got a drink there. This place was packed as well, and there was hardly anywhere to stand, let alone sit down, so we ended up going through a side door that took us into Paedar O'Donells, the pub next ...
... by Customs to see we aren't taking guns and explosives into Ireland. The people whose luggage was checked were patted down as well. We leave at 11am for Larne, Northern Ireland. Our bus has driven onto the ferry and we walk from the bus up to the lounge areas. We see the Isle of Arran on our right and I see Ailsa Craig on our left. A craggy mountainous small island. It is situated at the end of the Firth of Clyde and is the border of Scotland and the Irish Sea. On our ...