Premier Inn Coleraine
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... The rocks are all square or hexagonal, and are arranged like stepping stones all over the shoreline before reaching out into the sea. There was one very steep area like a rock wall that once you got to the top of provided a nice view of the coast and cliffs on the other side, and it was very windy at the top so you had to sit down in order to not get blown over. The ocean over there is as unpredictable as the weather so our guide warned us carefully to never have our backs ...
... exploring the many rooms and yards that are in it. The crows played their part also keeping Shaylee on edge the whole time.
Back in the car it was a quick stop in Headford for a coffee and muffin before heading north again for a few hours to the town of Sligo which straddles the Garavogue River. Needing a break from driving and feeling peckish we parked up and found a pub to share a meal and a couple of ...
Today we said goodbye to Scotland. It was a long day with an early morning, up at 5am to ensure we would make it in time to the ferry. We travelled from Fort William through the Scottish highlands, past Glascow and down to the wealthy port town of Troon to catch of ferry. We arrived at lunchtime in Larne, Northern Ireland. It's only just occurred to me but nearly everyone you speak with out here about your travels ...
... consisting of a rickety rope bridge connecting the mainland to the tiny island. It's only 20 metres long but is 30 metres above the rocks and rough cold sea below! The coast here is pretty impressive and we spotted lots of birds hanging out on the cliffs.
Finally we made our way to Giants Causeway, an area of about 40,000 interlocking basalt columns, the result of an ancient volcanic eruption. It's pretty eye-opening and a strange formation of ...
... and the five of us went to Lakeside Inn for our last and final visit. We were all pretty bummed out about it being our last night there. The girls had a pint or two of Guiness of course as the boys drank their whiskey. It always seemd the five of us ended up at Lakeside, and it was nice to have our last night there together. We soon found it getting dark (which I hated walking home in the dark) so we knew it was time to say goodbye to the kind people ...