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Northern Ireland

...surprizingly warm out


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Today I'm in Derry.
Over the past few days I've seen the cliffs of Moher. Huge cliffs right on the ocean. Extreemly windy, but beautiful. We drove through conemara national park. Baren lanscapes. Large hills and not many tourists. We stayed at a cute B&B that wasn't exactly open for the season, on a hill in the middle of nowhere. As we were driving in the region, we actually had to stop the car to let sheep cross the road. The sheep are everywhere and are very slow moving. Even over a week into our trip we still point and shriek out 'sheep!' every single time we see some white fluffies as we drive along. We stoped to see some anciant megalithic tombs, the something or other Abbey, the donegal castle, and went dress shopping!
My castle count is proably around 9 or 10 by now, I'm starting to lose track.
My guiness count is pretty pittiful because we've been spending our time touristing around in the nice weather instead of staying in the pubs.
On the other hand my potato count is soaring. yum.
Next up Belfast.

Posted by travelemma 13:29

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