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... nails, all,wooden pegs and easy to get the feel for life when the castle was in operation. Some cathedrals and old buildings are just TOO big - this was ideal. Check the photos.
Then we headed off to Slieve League and Malin Beg, the highest sea cliffs in Europe - on Ireland's far north west cost. What we could see was very impressive. More than that, the ability of the sheep to graze the grass on the steep slopes, one slip and they were gonners.
Finally the trip ...
... heaps through windows and other gaps - this is her favourite thing. When we dragged ourselves away and headed for Malin Head. Next poor planning effort [Lyn], we arrived at the ferry for a short cut across Lough Foyle. The ferry leaves at 15 minutes past the hour, each hour. We arrived at 20 minutes past 2pm. Ahhhh The road to Malin head ended in a typical Ireland track - Mary was horrified - I loved it. ...
... after driving in Scotland, we realized the perks of a smaller car on these narrow and windy roads). Jenn started us off on our Ireland road trip, and we headed north towards Giant's Causeway. We decided to head off the main drag a bit earlier than Giant's Causeway so we could see some of the coastline along the way. We came across a small area called Carrick-a-Rede, where a small suspension bridge links the mainland to a very small island used primarily ...
... a Friday & school holidays so the garage was working on skeleton staff, so they could not fix it for us. The man was lovely, recommended another mechanic in Stranraer, which is where we were headed any way. We limped along to Stranraer, & the mechanic booked us in for the next Tuesday. That is the day we were booked on the ferry to cross to Northern Irelnad. So, I had to change our booking to Thursday. We were stuck in Stranraer for nearly a week. We found a shop that sold ...
Malin Head is the most northern point in the Republic of Ireland and extremely beautiful. Our hostel was right on the waterfront and such a cozy, welcoming place. This area is also a great place to get fresh local lobster and crabs for a fraction of the price you'll pay anywhere else. Our fellow hostelers took advantage of the great deals and tried their hand at their ...