Monday, May 09, 2016


Kath and I decided to head to Belfast for the weekend. We flew out Friday morning on easy jet arriving just after 9. Taking the bus from the international airport to the town centre, then a short walk to the Hilton Hotel by the waterfront.

Saturday morning we headed out to do a parkrun at the Waterworks. Then headed out along the coastal road to have a look at the dark hedges, rope bridge and giants causeway.

The coastal road was spectacular a really lovely drive, providing epic sea backdrops.
Dark hedges is a famous tree lined scene that has been the backdrop for many films and TV shops including Game of Thrones.

The rope bridge (Carrick a Rede) was erected by Salmon fishermen as a way of crossing to Rathlin Island. There was a huge queue to get across, but it was well worth it when we did, epic vistas over the coast.
Dark Hedges

Kath on the Ropebridge
Giants causeway

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