The Giant’s Causeway, Northern Ireland

Giant Causeway Stones Sunny

Another very beautiful spot not to miss while on a Northern Ireland trip. Close to the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, the Giant’s Causeway is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Northern Ireland. The natural attraction is 60 million years old, coming from a volcanic eruption and creating a spectacular view. The rocky cliffs make a great touristic attraction and you’ll see many coming from all over the world. On another lucky sunny day, the Giant’s Causeway is a site to remember. The visitors center there provides a lot of info and guided tours in various languages. Legen-wait-for-it-dary There’s also a legend …

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My Extraordinary Weekend (Short Story Series #3) #everydayinspiration

Gourock Sea Panorama

Good, so I have everything I need. Keys, water, music… hm, Mark is ready. And very excited about today. I think he knows we’re going for a walk on the beach. He’s such a smart dog. It’s Saturday. Finally weekend. I’ve been thinking about today for days now. Had a coffee with my friend this morning. Mark was all over the place, so much energy. I can’t blame him. She was going to a movie later. So here we go. Turn off my phone. I want to enjoy everything with my own eyes today. No interruptions. Got my camera in …

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