Day 2: Derry to Belfast

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It was an early rise today after our first pub crawl together. Not easy. We may not have known much about each other yesterday, but we woke up this morning knowing all too much! Today, we’re making our way to Belfast, the birthplace of the Titanic!

Our first pit stop was on the side of the road along the Antrim Coast. Dunluce Castle was in the distance. Even from where I was standing it was a thing of beauty. I don’t know much about its history, but we did know it was a dramatic, violent one. Sadly, we didn’t go inside to explore the archaeological findings or wander through the old cobble stoned streets. It was just a quick stop on our way to the Giants Causeway.

Giants Causeway was formed due to volcanic activity over years and years. The basalt stones are all identical in shape. Most are hexagonal…

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