Thursday, 23 June 2011

The Emerald Isle

They have just got back from a visit to Northern Ireland. Flying by plane from Heathrow to Belfast International airport.

They visited loads of places including the Giants Causeway.

Which was either built by a giant called Finn McCool or formed by volcanic eruptions 50 to 60 million years ago.

The giant version sounds much more plausible to me.

The weather was a bit rainy on and off but the views were spectacular.

They even parked near the top of a mountain to look out over a great looking bay.

They came across a ruined castle perched on the sea cliffs

and picturesque hidden away cottages .

But unfortunately they didn't take us dogs along

even though I dressed up especially.


Farmchick said... sorry you didn't get to go, but it look like your lovely owners had a great time. Spectacular shots!

Sam said...

You are so cute in your hat - I'm surprised they didn't take you with! Did they at least bring you a present?


♥♥♥ The OP Pack ♥♥♥ said...

Too bad you couldn't go along too, but it looks like a lovely place to visit. Mom loved seeing those cottages.

Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara

Valerie said...

What a shame, you missed out on a fabulous place to run around. I've been there a couple of times, the Giant's Causeway is amazing.

bbes tribe said...

We liked the pictures of the trip to Ireland. Too bad you didn't get to go. Your outfit/hat was great and you looked very handsome in it.
Maybe next time.

Sophie said...

That does look really awesome! I would have taken you, Wizz!

Oh, and by the way - for being such a great blogger, there's a blog award waiting for you over at my blog. :)

laurie said...

it was totally finn mccool! (or fionn mac cumhaill, if you were an irish border collie.)

sagechronicles said...

Ireland is such a beautiful country--we loved our visit there. I know you wish you could have gone, Wizz, but maybe you can convince them you should go the next time.

RYKER said...

What a stunningly beautiful trip! A shame you could have gone with your peeps.