|A snapshot from the inside the bus.|
|A boat in the castle's present day harbor.|
|Commemorative statue of King William III|
|I like boats in harbor.|
|Me on the see wall. Photo by Bethany Schmidt.|
|Bethany, relaxing on the sea wall.|
|The fields near the paths were filled with playing children and|
|The rope bridge to the out cropping.|
|She didn't quite realize what we had signed up for.|
|There was a group of kayakers who came to explore the caves|
in the cliff faces. Photo by Bethany Schmidt.
|There was, however, an iconic red phone booth|
at the distillery.
|A view of one of the smaller formations from above.|
|There were several inlets like this, reaching out into the sea.|
|The stones formed perfect, hexagonal pillars|
|The smaller rocks were almost like inside-out geodes.|
|The cliffs overlooking the causeway.|
|If you wanted to take the risk, you could climb the rocks quite far out|
into the inlet and watch the boats go past.
|Another view of the cliffs, with the top of the causeway.|
|Bethany, enjoying her strawberry ice cream.|
Quite shortly after we got back to Paris from Belfast, it was time for Beth to head home. She had a great time in Paris, even if she did spend a lot of it sick in bed, and it was nice to see a face from home, especially since Beth and I don't get to see as much of each other as we used to. I'm glad she made it out, and I was happy to have a travel buddy again.
I still have a few posts from my last few weeks in Paris, and I have some non-photo posts brewing about coming home and readjusting to life here. Those should be coming up soon, so stay tuned!