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... of rock in column like formation.
On to another photo stop at Dunseverick Castle. A really, really run down castle(ruins). A quick stop in Ballintoy Harbour because the tour guide likes the place, then on to Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge. The walk to the rope bridge is an agonizing 6/10s of a mile with really steep climbs and irregular rock steps. Once there a quick, like less then 3 minutes, walk across the bridge and back, then ...
... the evening. It was a great night, the landlord was even one of the musician and the little place was packed full with tourists and like us, all in very good spirits. We had a lovely sleep in this morning and didn't get up until 9 o'clock..I think the 4 pints of beer helped a treat. We hit the road about 10.30 today and headed off to Strandhill in Sligo where we thought we was going to spend the night. We arrived at a campsite but I didn't like the look or feel of the place so ...
... cold. Finally we made it to the dark hedges, a beautiful strip of interlocking white trees that cover a road here. It's claim to fame other than it's beauty is that it was featured on season one of GOT for all of 8 seconds in the first season. It was enough to create a lasting impression and there were many cars pulled off to take pictures. The ride back to town was quick and we made our way to an amazing open market that has been ...
... is a really cool experience. It tells story of the Titanic, which was built right here in Belfast.The exhibit starts off by talking about the industrial revolution in Belfast, when the city truly came to life. Between 1851 and 1901, Belfast grew from 87,000 people to 349,000 becoming Ireland's industrial capital. Several industries sprouted up around the city, from the traditional linen works to soda making. One such industry, ship building, soon became a large ...
... Ireland. Especially during internment when people could be locked up without charge or trial.
That night we had an amazing dinner at a great local pub, fantastic scallops and calamari!
The following day we took a walking tour around the Belfast City centre and had a fantastic history lesson on 'The Troubles' starting in the 70s and leading to the IRA vs 'The Government'. We learnt so much ...