Causeway Coast

Our road trip to the Giant’s Causeway in Northern Island meandered along the spectacular Causeway coast. The weather was outstanding, we could see all the way out to the puffin home of Rathlin Island, sadly not seeing any puffins though. We stopped in at Ballycastle after driving up from Dublin for picnic supplies. I choose a punnet of strawberries – the tastiest I have ever eaten.

First stop was the Carrick-A-rede Rope Bridge, swaying off the coast above the North Atlantic Ocean. Then onto the Giant’s Causeway, the strange hexagonal rock formations, the result of some weird geological activity or some weird giant activity, I can never remember which.


Sorry that some of these photographs are a little blurry, I had to copy them (highly compressed too) from the internet after my camera was stolen on one of my Europe trips.

Luckily I had been uploading my thousands of photos so I still could access them and have my memories, the downside is the quality was reduced.

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