The third day I spent almost only in Northern Ireland where I got to see some amazing sites, beatiful works of nature (or giants) and shooting places from the Game of Thrones. We started with a visit to the Dark Hedges where they shoot scenes for The Game of Thrones.
This is the original scen from the series. It is the "King's Road" out of King’s Landing in Game of Thornes.
Here I'm standing in the middle of the Dark Hedges.
We then continued on with a little photo stop in Bushmills where we got to see the Danluce castle that was the seat of House Greyjoy, the great castle of Pyke in Game of Thrones.
The Danluce castle.
After seeing the beautiful view of Danluce castle we went to the Giant's Causeway. This place was something extra and not at all what I expected. The way the stones were formed is really puzzling and I'm so very happy I have been able to visit this place and walk on these stones.
A picture on me before I started the breathtaking way to see the Giant's Causeway.
Just have a look at these stones. Were they made by nature or a giant as the tale tells?
It's amazing to have been here and to have been walking around this beautiful place.
Be prepared to walk quite a bit to get to the Giant's Causeway, but it's so worth it because the scenery to get there it breathtaking, so don't forget to enjoy it a little!
After walking around on all the stones and enjoyed the great views I had a little lunch break looking out of the bay. After walking the whole way back to "dry land" I enjoyed a hot chocolate at the local café.