Travel Blogs from Downpatrick
... all the hillsides, it was really really awesome. There was also the stone of destiny that was the ancient inauguration stone of the kings of Tara. Very awesome.
Our last night in Ireland we spent in the pub that was attached to our accommodation and it was pretty awesome! A last pint of Guinness each and then a great pub meal plus a lot of atmosphere was a great last night in the Emerald Isle. The next morning was off to the airport with a 11am drink at ...
... me to go over the mechanics of a three turn. Her flat mate came up and explained that she had spent 2 1/2 hours in their living room working on the mohawk turn. The girl looked at me and said "I just really want to learn how to do it." I was so excited for her and her effort. This one is going to be a great derby player someday....tenacity is a building block of all great derby players.
... in carefully, and over the next
couple of hours the wind dropped to about a two, then for the last couple of
hours it all picked up again. Getting into Ardglass was easy, well lit passage
in. The wind was W then SW.
I observed the swell was not that big, about
.4meter, but because the period was about 8 to 10 seconds the effect on Kantara
was more significant. So rolling ground swell, with white horses and a bit
... br> It was certainly back to reality for me, good old hostels, oh how I'd missed you!
I stayed at Paddy's Palace which has a good location and good price, everything you really need to be honest.
I ended up catching up that night with the family that gave me a lift for a number of drinks until the early hours of the morning...what other way to spend your last day in Belfast/Northern Ireland!!
... over to meet me and we will be doing some traveling together. I cannot wait to share more about our adventure with you! It has been incredible. Thank you so very much to all those who helped make our adventure possible.
Oh, and even thought I missed the peace rock ceremony, I gave Dr. Campbell a rock that I received from the cutest 3 year old girl in Belfast to be placed in the peace garden.