Castles, cliffs and rainbows: Antrim coast

There was a rainbow every five minutes on the Antrim coast

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Because it rained a lot

Ballintoy Harbour Cottage

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But then the sun would come out

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Making for some dramatic skies 

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Giant’s Causeway
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White Rocks Bay

It’s a wondrous rocky coast

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Antrim coast

With wild seas

Ballintoy Harbour cafe

But Ballintoy Harbour was peaceful 

And deserted in the evenings

Elephant Rock, Ballintoy

Doors and windows…


Of Bushmills

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Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge
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Dunluce Castle
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Storm at Kinbane Head

Cushendun is lovely (above)

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White Rocks
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The Dark Hedges
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Dunluce Castle
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Dunseverick Castle
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View of Dunluce

See the Giant’s Causeway, but don’t be taken in by the National Trust…

Ignore their demands for £10.50 per person

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Park at The Nook and eat or drink there, then walk down for free 

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Glenarrif Forest Park

= Antrim 

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