Walking the Giants Causeway, Northern Ireland


We took the “ordinary” path for travellers doing a road trip across from Scotland to Ireland.

An early morning departure from Glasgow, driving down the highways to Cairnryan; ferry across from Cairnryan to Belfast; One night in Belfast then a trip to the Giants Causeway as we moved south.

An “ordinary” path filled with extraordinary sights, however.

Welcome to one of the most beautiful places on earth (in my official opinion): The Giants Causeway.

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Exploring cemeteries and getting science lessons in Glasgow, Scotland


I wasn’t sure what to expect out of Glasgow.

I knew it was a metropolitan city, that it was one of the largest cities in Scotland, and that it was a recommended place to visit.

That was about all I knew, and there were no attractions that I was absolutely dying to see (since I didn’t really know of any).

I simply wanted to come and see Glasgow, get acquainted with this Scottish town, and find out what it had to offer.

That I did, my friends, that I did.

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Roadtripping through the Scottish Highlands


What do you think of when someone mentions the Scottish Highlands?

Loch Ness, the home of Nessie? Well, that’s a fair call – the Loch Ness is a particularly popular attraction of Scotland’s northern region.

However, what I came to find during my time there is that the Scottish Highlands are certainly not just the Loch Ness – Oh no, this Scottish region is so much more than that.

The Loch Ness is just one tiny part of it.

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