Road Trip: Antrim Castle Gardens

As you stroll along this beautiful setting you pass the Large Parterre, Her Ladyship’s Pleasure Garden and Yew Tree Pound. They have won awards a year years ago. There is so much to see here as you can see however on this occasion I did not get to explore. I think I was more concernedContinue reading “Road Trip: Antrim Castle Gardens”

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Road Trip: Portrush

A little snippet from early this year. I like visiting here, it makes great little seaside visits. I wouldn’t like to live in that type of small town forever. I mean, what kind of life is that? To have your entire life in a small little town, yes it can be modern in its ownContinue reading “Road Trip: Portrush”

Road Trip: Benone Beach

Benone Strand is one of the most popular beaches in Northern Ireland because of its location, activities and easy access. This seven mile stretch of sand incorporates three beaches in one; Downhill Beach, Benone Strand and Magilligan Beach. However, when I visit it I tend to visit one at a time. As you can see fromContinue reading “Road Trip: Benone Beach”

Road Trip: Dark Hedges

This is originally a road which people still intend on driving fast on when it is now a big tourist spot! The trees remain a magnificent sight and have become one of the most photographed natural phenomena in Northern Ireland. In fact, the iconic trees have been used as a filming location in HBO’s epicContinue reading “Road Trip: Dark Hedges”

Road Trip: Giants Causeway

The historic Giants Causeway! So much to see and do, the walking trails, stories, the history it holds, and what a great walk it makes, although it is a bit on the expensive side compared to a couple of years ago which I still find is not worth the price. if you are like meContinue reading “Road Trip: Giants Causeway”

Road Trip: Dunluce Castle

I don’t know about you, but living in this castle right next to the ocean seems pretty exciting but scary at the same time! It was first built on the dramatic coastal cliffs of north County Antrim by the MacQuillan family around 1500, the earliest written record of the castle was in 1513. It wasContinue reading “Road Trip: Dunluce Castle”

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