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Belfast, Giant's Causway, and my Sister's Spirit Animal (Bus Tour #2)

Our first outing in Belfast was actually out of Belfast, on our second bus tour. The main attraction of this one was Giant’s Causeway, which is a super cool geological phenomena that I will explain more later. 1,035 more words

Northern Ireland

Today we woke up and got the heck out of dodge! No, really. We woke up, had a quick nite to eat at the hotel and left straight-away. 570 more words

Travel Experiences

Wanderlust: Ireland and Northern Ireland

Confession: I really knew very little about this little island which is so very close to home until a couple of weeks ago!! In my head, Ireland was a bit like Scotland which is a bit like England (how many Brits can I alienate in one sentence?!) but I would need a plane to get there so I’ve never bothered. 670 more words



Stepping Stone. Giants Causeway in Northern Ireland.

By the way, SomedayTraveller will be back to the normal blogging schedule starting monday! Special travel announcement on Monday.


You might have thought that this place was something out of Minecraft, but these pillars in Northern Ireland are actually the result of cooling magma. I’m adding it to my Ireland plans for sure.

Bucket List

In the Footsteps of Giants

“Well, first of all,” said the BFG , “human beans is not really believing in giants, is they? Human beans is not thinking we exist.”

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Giant's Causeway - A Measuring Stick

So the legend of the Giant’s Causeway includes folklore about the giant Finn McCool and the many roles he played in Irish mythical history. Where there are Giant’s there will always be tall tales. 831 more words