Tullyglass House Hotel
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It's been pretty easy settling into a strange new environment. I mean, me and sixty other international students are all going through the same thing trying to make this our home away from home. Since i have already tackled the Northern coast of the island, I spent the past few weeks getting to know the city... Or trying to anyway. I have never lived in a place large enough that I could actually get ...
... mass at the summit during sunrise. Some people take it even more seriously and climb up every morning for an entire week, barefoot. This might not sound too impressive, until you actually go up the mountain yourself. The first half isn't terrible, but as you get close to the top (764 meters high) the path is incredibly steep, with nothing but loose rocks to slow you down. It took our group (people from FWM) just under two hours to reach the summit, and it was ...
... we had truly experienced Brennan's great hospitality and we cruised back to go to bed.
Our first full day in Belfast was spent exploring the history of the titanic. Our first stop (after a late start, not having to get up for a B and B breakfast has its perks!) was the Titanic museum. The museum was 7 stories high, had a movie theatre, a ride and was pretty awesome. We were taken through how they built the mighty ship and about the city of Belfast at the ...
... was split into two sides. One for the fresh meat and then one for the more advanced skaters. Then they turned all
of the advanced skaters over to me for the night. We worked on turns and stops. I was surprised at how much the girls had improved. I have had so much fun working
with these skaters and I will miss them all. The one thing that makes me very happy is that these girls will become better skaters, which ...
... Orange back in 1690.
Pressing on, we are in for a culture shock after a week of quiet lanes and rural idyll, as we ride parallel to the M2 motorway for the final leg of our journey.
Back at the port, we meet up with our trusty support crew and John's faithful VW Transporter, ready to reload the bikes and bid our farewells to Ulster.
So, what will we remember from all this? So much of ...