Travel Blogs from Portrush
I had what I call a productive lazy day today.
A day where I got my book, I got my lunch and I went and sat down at the festival and did not much for a long time.
It was nice to relax for a while, because I am moving on tomorrow and who knows what that will hold!
Very short entry today, because I need to pack up my bag and we all know how long that is going to take!
Lisa xo ...
... so loud and electronic that it turned into white noise while I read my book.
I sat reading my book, and decided that that was my talent meter. The artist who could get me to stop reading was doing well in my eyes.
The first couple did. The white noise band did not.
I was reading along with my book when I felt a tug on my handbag. I turned as you would expect, but found only harmlessness.
So I pulled my Rubik’s cube keychain ...
... I am not changing it)
I found that sand…you know the stuff that was wet, but has dried into a crust and you can pick up slices of sand? Well I jumped all over it. I like the feeling of breaking something with no guilt attached. It was bliss!
I got back to the Hostel, and as I was sitting in the lounge a family of four checked in.
The thing that got me about this family is both parents ...
... saw the Giants Causeway, and that was very cool. The story is about... well..... what Briana said. The giant wanted a war with the other giant from Scotland, because he could see him in the distance obviously looking small from far away. And giants apparently don't like getting their feet wet, so he built a path leading to Scotland, and when he was up close to the giant, he realized how big he was and ran all the way back home. His wife dressed him as a baby, and by ...
... look on his face when one of the cooks started preparing a yellow plate for his cake indicated that desert was definitely going to be the highlight of his day (& we had a pretty good day)!
Tomorrow we head across to the Giant's Causeway before we spend our final 2 nights in Belfast & then head back to Stockholm on Monday.