Long ago, when the Northern Irish were fighting the Southern Irish, two giants were fighting - one from the North and one for the South. The Southern giant threw a big boulder at the Northern giant and killed him. So now there is a big rock that the Irish think the Southern giant threw. They call it Clough Mor, meaning Big Stone.
But the rock was actually moved by a glacier!
We went on a walk to the big rock. We went through a jungle, up a hill and there it was...The big rock. We then went even higher to the view point called Slieve Martin. It was cold and windy but the view was good.