But for you, dear readers, here is a little taste of our honeymoon trip to Ireland, in no particular order, because I just can't be bothered.
The Carrick-a-Rede bridge. It's rope and wood and very high up. It was windy, but we braved it anyway. They say on a clear day, you can see Scotland from here. We only saw a smudge on the horizon.
The Giant's Causeway is one of the neatest things I've ever seen. The mathematic precision of the columns is very eerie to be natural, but it is!
The Downhill harp, 1702, made by Cormack O'Kelly. The harp was adopted by Guinness as a logo in 1862. Other than the tiny model boats they had to show how the beer is transported, this instrument was Jeremy's favorite part. Mine was the advertisements... try not to be surprised by either of these things.