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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Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, Northern Ireland

Rope Bridge Sea Green Ireland

During my first UK trip, I had the chance to visit Northern Ireland. I was lucky enough to have a sunny day then. Which is rare, from what I noticed. I think that one of the sights that caught my eye most was the rope bridge from County Antrim that’s being taken care of by the National Trust Organisation. Built 350 years ago by fishermen it became a place to see in Northern Ireland. And what a view you’ll find. More details on how to get to it can be found here.   You have a 10-minute walk along the …

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Bliss. #everydayinspiration

Gourock Scotland Ski

Recently I have moved to Scotland and one of the reasons was the fact that it’s surrounded by the sea. I find it amazing to be able to go and take a walk along the shore and enjoy the sound of the waves. As the blog is also new I’ve been looking up ideas and pointers on how to express myself better. One of those is by commenting or showing a photo or an image that means Bliss for me. This is one of those. Having the chance to see it up close and to hear the movement of the …

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The Glasgow Necropolis

Necropolis Tombs Sun Tree

A very interesting spot to visit in busy Glasgow. The Necropolis is an inter-denominational cemetery by the Glasgow Cathedral. It was established in 1832 and had more than fifty-thousand people there. It’s a wonderfully designed place with Victorian architecture and a complex topography. It makes you think that you are in a city of the dead. I would advise going on a sunny day if you catch that in Scotland. But the scene is something worth seeing. You’ll find guided tours as well if you wish. The place has many interesting-looking tombs. The place is well thought out and worth seeing. …

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