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... as Cheston. The luggage needed to be stood up in the back to fit in and then only 5 of the big bags.
We took the advice of the hire car company and went through the Dublin tunnel to get out of town. Amy tried to hold her breath for the duration (apparently that is something she does) but the tunnel was so long that it took her 4 long breaths (4 kms). By the time we got out the end of the tunnel Jessamy declared that we must be back ...
... the hill that surrounds the circle. Kaeleb is holding tightly to my hand, head jerking side to side, anxiously trying to avoid the plethora of bumblebees that inhabit the fuchsia.
As we walk back to the car the grey clouds begin to unleash fat drops of rain; we have good timing. The drive home we follow the signs along the main road rather than taking our chances with the GPS. Jada, sitting in the back with Julian slowly grows more and more car ...
... and Susan drove it to the airport while John and I stayed in the bar for drinks and dinner. We also called the Derry Journal paper and the nice Irish editor said he would mail me a copy. Fingers crossed. Dale and Susan got back right after we finished our chicken wings appetizer. So we had dinner. We are on the Irish Sea so went for a little walk before retiring to our rooms. A taxi will pick us up at 6:45 tomorrow for a ferry to holy head tomorrow morning. Love till then, ...
... we drove to Belfast. A bit of excitement on a very narrow road - the passenger side front tyre caught something sharp and was immediately flat, damaged hub cap, dented rim. So we're now on a mini spare, hope to get a new tyre (British spelling) tomorrow. Found the Avenue B&B - nice townhouse, neighbourhood rather ...
... Union Jacks lining the streets with the flag depicting the St. George's Cross with the Hand of Ulster in the middle. Furthermore, some of the paving stones were painted red, white and blue to demonstrate a highly Unionist (thus, Protestant) territory.
We finally found our way to Portstewart and after some strange navigational errors we actually ended up on the street with the two houses on it, arriving in the dark ...