The Meadows - Cushendall
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Travel Blogs from Cushendall
... a mile walk challenges the body and mind as one contemplates the walk across that swinging bridge! And, as one Irishman pointed out to us, you can see the Scottish Coastline in the distance beyond the Island.
A beautiful, sun-filled late afternoon visit to the Dunluce Castle ruins finished our sight-seeing day, and we topped it off with a grand dinner at the Bayview Hotel overlooking the beautiful Portballintre ...
I got up at 6 today.
Something is wrong.
But it was worth it, as I walked along the waterfront at a really peaceful time on the way to the train station.
And then I was on my way to the Giant’s Causeway!
I got talking to a nice chap on the way there, and he said he was getting off at the same stop.
Turns out he worked there…and got me in for free! I am so blessed to meet ...
... the murals, and (as he had been doing all day!) Gareth gave me a wonderful history and knowledgeable talk about them.
He is like a walking Wikipedia!
We then went home via Marks and Spencer (first time in there since Aberdeen) and got pizza and decided Frozen followed by football was the order of the night! And who knew a 25 and a 27 year old guy knew the words to Frozen!
Lisa xo ...
... made our way from Jura to within a couple of miles of Kintyre, then gone about and headed to N Ireland, taking advantage of the strong southerly tides. For several hours the engine had been miss firing occasionally,, then the occasions got longer and longer until she was running well occasionally..and then she stopped. (Funny how it's always a 'she'). We adjusted the sails and our course to make best time for a haven. It was a nice sail, but there was the worry ...
... lunch in the village we returned to the car and drove to Dunluce Castle further west near Portrush. This castle is now in ruins. It had a chequered history but at one time it had a large town around its walls so was part of an active community. Archaeologists are currently investigating the area.
Our final stop for the day was to Downhill Demense (pronounced di-mayn – it means "An estate, the land and property owned ...