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... there are stables, up the back. See pics. We're here for the first night of the annual jazz festival, could not get a longer stay than a night, and that was months ago.
Walk up one side of town then down other, small town, four pubs and still counting! Had a very nice seafood chowder and kev had traditional cod and chips (half a cod he's saying). €18.95 about NZ $30 which we thought reasonable.
Will report on the jazz in tomorrow's ...
... to be on the road again by 2pm to see a bit of Londonderry but we were absolutely, positively TOLD that were having a cup of tea before we left, we were served, ham, cheese, tomato and soda bread on individual plates! 4pm we said goodbye. Phone, ipad troubles again as we approach the border. Found a 3 shop in Derry (only Protestants call it Londonderry) - sims are 3 network. Finally found someone who explained to us in ...
... the chosen destination as the hotel restaurant had minimal selection and was high priced. I was all for hitting up a pub, but the walk was too far for the most of the other people so that was easily out-voted... I will be eating some damn good authentic Irish food before I leave if it kills me. Hopefully better luck in the days to come.
Tomorrow we are seeing a few more castles and a variety of other things, sounds like a busy day. Better get my beauty rest for the night.
Bushmill's Distillery - been there, done that, went to the gift shop. Not exaggerating. We got there too late to take a tour or do tastings, but we can say we've been there. And we have photographic proof!
Dunluce Castle - A few words of advice to anyone out there with toddlers: toddlers love ruined castles. Junior ran around like a madman and acted like the lord of the manor (hence the name of the post). Nice and ...
... to taste a couple and they were very good. When we done with the tour, we decided to stay in Bushmill because it is cute, small town. On our way into town this guy who was waiting for his sister outside the grocery store started talking to us. He gave us some advice on where we should go. His sister came out and she was this cute little old lady and she called her friend that owns a B&B to see if we could stay there. The Irish (or in Northern Ireland, I should call them ...