Glenarm

This gallery continues the documentary of my Ireland trip with my friend Ordovich. I previously left off with the gallery Antrim Hills.

Glenarm is everything a typical, small Irish town should be. There are two main roads: the coastal road and the inland road we came in on. The town is built around their intersection. There you'll find a few pubs, a church, and several little shops. It seems like nearly every house in town is a bed & breakfast. Then there is the castle and the forest. Except for a few modern artifacts it is nearly unspoiled by the invasion of modernity.

We spent only one night in Glenarm. The castle was closed to tourists when we were there, the forest road would have taken us in the wrong direction, and we were eager to continue northward.

Northward we went, first to Carnlough and then to Cushendall. After our recent adventure we needed a short day to rest ourselves. Cushdendall, like Glenarm, was a charming town and we found ourselves there at the Glens Hotel for a night. It was good rest for our legs and an interesting adventure in itself! That, however, is a story for another day.

I only have a few photos to share from Glenarm and its surroundings because we spent so little time here. We came in tired one night and just kept going the next day. We did stop back here on one of our last days in Ireland, I just haven't gotten around to editing those photos yet.

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