Tag: Giant's Causeway

Geoff Visits Ireland

Yes, we brought Geoff the traveling alpaca to Ireland. This was not the first trip where he was rained on and I doubt it will be the last. Keltin and I enjoy taking a couple of minutes to get a fun picture with our fuzzy traveling companion in various places. Past Geoff Adventures:  Let me

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Flowers in Ireland

We saw so many beautiful flowers in Ireland that I just had to showcase them all. We found these beautiful flowers all over the Emerald Isle. Glenveagh Castle had some fantastic gardens that we did not have time to fully explore. The little bit of exploration we did get to do can be see in

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Northern Ireland: Bushmills

Bushmills. This is the name of the town, of the inn, and of the distillery. No, I’m not sure which was named first. It was quite a change going from the big city of Belfast and a skyscraper hotel to the quant and comfortable Bushmills Inn. Bushmills was booked for us by Wilderness Ireland and

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Northern Ireland: Giant’s Causeway

Ireland is ridiculously picturesque. There are places on the island where myth meets science and history. The tors on the hike up Slieve Binnian are one such example, stone warriors asleep and waiting to defend the isle. The Hill of Tara is another but the most memorable sight was the Giant’s Causeway in Northern Ireland.

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