Tag: Giant's Causeway

#IrishRoots at The Giant’s Causeway

At the top of Northern Ireland is a curious landmark of strange shaped stones that stands overlooking the sea, facing Scotland. This is the Giant’s Causeway. Scientists tell us that it was formed by volcanic activity, but as my tour guide pointed out, there are no volcanoes around. So how […]

A Blog All About Belfast

In this week’s edition of #FailteFridays, we have Belfast, the capital of Northern Ireland. My classmates and I took a weekend excursion up to Belfast to check out a few tourist and historical sites such as Game of Thrones filming sites, the Carrick-a-Rede Bridge, Bushmill Distillery, Titanic Museum, and the […]

A Trip Around Belfast

On today’s edition, I want to take you out of Dublin and to Northern Ireland. More specifically to Belfast! Our first stop on this journey is Giant’s Causeway. Giant’s Causeway has to be one of the prettiest natural rock formations that I’ve ever seen. According to an Irish legend, the […]