• The Giant's Causeway

    Hi everybody,

     

    Last week-end we went with 3 others students to Belfast in Northern Ireland. We wanted to make a tour to see the Giant's Causeway and landscapes of the North. This was a grand journey even if it was raining at the end of our tour. 

     

    The Giant's Causeway is situated in the County of Atrim, on the North Atlantic Coast. It derives its name of a popular Irish legend. By the way the Giant's Causeway are hexagonal basalt columns. It's resulted of an old volcanic eruption. 

    At the end of the day we were totally wet due to the rain but before coming back to Belfast the bus stopped on a distillery and we could drink a shooter of a delicious whisky which we found rather pleasing.

     

     I think I will go back in Belfast to visit the city this time.

    I hope you will enjoy the pictures. 



    Giant's Causeway
    Dundalk train station


    County Antrim


    Sheep island


    Sheep island

    Giant's Causeway
    Rope Bridge, Carrick-a-Rede

    Giant's Causeway
    Giant's Causeway

    Giant's Causeway
    Giant's Causeway

    The Giant's Causeway
    Giant's Causeway


    I will try to write another article as soon as possible, because we have a lot of work so it's a little bit complicated.

     

    Yours faithfully

     

    Anne

     

     


  • Comments

    1
    Greg
    Sunday 29th March 2015 at 15:23
    This looks like a novel by Agatha Christie.
    2
    Greg
    Sunday 29th March 2015 at 15:27
    Is it a park? Is it paying like many others ? The weather is typically that of Ireland. It's beautiful though disconcerting.

    3
    Ylea
    Sunday 29th March 2015 at 15:28
    No doubt, this is Ireland.
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