i think that when you are a local and are used to something, you tend to not to appreciate how magnificent, or not, your area actually is.the coast road from larne to glenariff is indeed one of those magnificent things to do/experience. the road itself was constructed in the 1800s and travels more or less flat the whole way right beside the sea.the land on the other side is beautiful with the likes of ballygally, glenarm and carnlough villages where you can pop in for an ice cream on a warm sunny day.if you look a bit closer you can tell what this place was like over millions of years.in glenariff (waterfoot),you have red soil which indicates that this once was a scorching hot desert.going towards carnlough if you look at the high rocks towering up, you can see a limestone layer(once a sea) and on top of that a massive layer of volcanic rock.interesting if you are into that sort of thing.anyway,give it a try, you just might enjoy it!!
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