We drive north along the Antrim coast to Larne and Ballygalley.
Ballygalley is a small village.
With a Ferris wheel next to the cemetery.
A coffeestop in Carnlough with a pretty harbour.
And then we arrive at the "Giant's Causeway, where we have to walk a path along the coast.
A luching path brings us closer
to these regularly shaped basalt blocks organized by nature. There must be 40.000 of these blocks from the cliffs until far into the sea. There are several theories about the origin of the blocks from legends about a giant flinging the blocks from a cliff to vulcanic activities.
It is a big touristic attraction so it was impossible to make a photo without people climbing and walking.
Driving further along the Antrim coast we saw these fairylike ruines of a castle.
We arrived in Londonderry another city in Northern Ireland with an unpleasant atmosphere. A history of hate and fight between Catholics and Protestants has devided the city in two halves.This city was also packed with awful militant murals. I don't understand these religious fanatics who seem to be all over the world today.
I was glad we left Londonderry for this view.
And this stone walled fort "Grianan Ailligh" probably built sometime around the birth of Christ and located on a hilltop.
All made of stacked stones.