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... We drove for 10 min further on to Whitehead, a little seaside town with some very brightly painted houses. We couldn't find the Aire but parked down by the sea and did a coastal trail out to a lighthouse. After a walk around town and still no sign of the Aire we did a scenic loop drive around the Islandmagee peninsular and then headed up the coast through Larne to Glenarm. Lots of rain and surface flooding on the roads, otherwise it would have been a lovely drive. We stopped ...
... our guide was giving some interesting facts and stories about the coast and filming for the series. George RR Martin took many names and ideas for the plot from the history and families of Ireland and Northern Ireland. We drove through several "glens" and learned about the local folklore and history with each passing village. These are some of the most idyllic villages you could ever imagine and they pride themselves on their ...
"If we have no peace, it is because forgotten that we belong to each other" - Mother Theresa
It was another rainy morning in Belfast, but the bad weather didn't stop me from making the most of my time here, and delving deeper into the history and culture of this wonderful city. My goal for the morning was to visit the Titanic Museum Belfast, which tells the story of the construction of the Titanic, right here in Belfast.
I decided to start off ...
... B's: Baghdad, Bosnia and Belfast of places for travellers to avoid. Belfast had become a more open city, where only a few places in the world you can see living history. The Peace Wall separating protestant and catholic neighbourhoods and extreme fringe groups remains. But murals placed on houses in the neighbourhood honouring their hero but a traitor to the other group shows the desire to commemorate and express their religion. We took a Black Cab ...
... in Northern Ireland. The three of us jumped on the train to go explore the Giants Causeway & the Shaky Rope Bridge. We could not of picked a better day to do it. The weather was gorgeous! The train was packed of families heading to the beach from Belfast. Once we got to where we needed to be we then had to catch a bus to get us to the shaky bridge. The scenary was amazing! The coastline was so blue and the contrast of the green hills and cliffs ...