Day 2 in Belfast
Divis & Black mountain Trek- Canceled!
Our second day started as a failure because we wanted to do the trek first thing in the morning. The transportation we thought would take us to the mountain didn’t arrive. Plus, the weather didn’t cooperate as it started raining cats and dogs.
We decided to cancel the trek that day and do it another day. Then our plan B commenced.
St George’s Market
Luckily, it was a Saturday. St George’s market opens on the weekend with lots of food and drink choices. There are also small shops around. This is where I purchased my souvenirs fridge magnet.
I ordered Mac & cheese as I was craving it. It was cheesy and so full of flavors.
After the food break, we went back to the Airbnb to change our clothes as we were still in our trekking attire. With time to spare in the day, we took the bus to our next destination.
I am going to write it now before I forget that this museum is free like most of the museums in the UK. However, you can always donate cash or through contactless transactions inside.
This museum is relatively huge that a couple of hours is needed to complete its tour. We came in a bit later in the afternoon as this visit was unplanned which means that we didn’t see all the areas inside.
My advice if you want to visit this museum or any museums is to plan ahead and come early so you could truly enjoy your visit to it.
More information about museums in Northern Ireland can be found here.
I am going to add that there is a garden nearby the museum. And unfortunately, on that day, there is a concert happening later that evening. They had to close it to the public.
Lesson for the day:
Sometimes things don’t go as planned or how you wanted them to be. Be always prepared with Plan B or C or D. Just be positive that it will be a better day the next day.
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