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Northern Ireland Adventures

So we left Dublin yesterday and went to a few places on our way to Bollingtoy. The first place we went was Trim Castle. The tour was great nowever we were huddled together cause the wind blew through the castle and it was crazy cold! The next stop on our tour o fun was St Peters church. This churcn is huge and beautiful. Too bad i cant upload pics right?! But i can tell yall that there was a perserved head of some old dude whose name i cant remember in the church. Beyond that we made our way to Belfast. First we stopped at Queens College and looked at the sonic arts research center. This room is equipped for audio production, innovation and beyond. The floors move and there are speakers all around the room..including the ceiling and under the floor. After checking out that fun jazz we headed to the bar down the street to watch the Heineken Cup finals. For thise of u would dont know, its for rugby., aka the biggest sport here and the one with fanatic fans...okay so maybe all Irish sport fans are fanatics but oh well. This rugby match not only was a final but it was an all Irish final with Leinster defeating Ulster inthe end. After the game we rolled into Bollingtoy spent the night at one of the two pubs in town. Also u shoild know that this town is like one road and thats it. It is wonderful! As for today crossed a little rickity rope bridge that dropped 60 feet down to rocks...scary! After jumping around the cliffs we head to the giants causeway where we climbed around rocks and of course took amazing pictures that again u cant see...sorry. Finally we visited another castle, well this was the ruins. And yall should know that these castles are defense castles not the big huge one the queen currently lives in...so google irish defense castles to get the idea....well the only other thing i have done since that is this blog so enjoy and i will let u know what tonight bring another day....peace out girl scout

Posted by skaerysmiles 08:27

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