I miss this. 🇮🇪 I miss the wandering up windswept hills, crawling over castle ruins, and finding local places to take our tea. I miss the excitement of the unknown and the spontaneity of each day. Also. I especially miss the scones. 😉
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Epic road trip into the North. The best thing about #roadtrips is stumbling upon hidden gems. (This was an intentional ‘stumbling’ though and so hidden) - breathtaking views along the way! This part of #northernireland is incredibly beautiful.
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I may not have been in Ireland for the last week and a half like Andrew was, but he’s been updating me daily on everything he’s seen and eaten and my goodness, it all looks amazing! Mr. Vivacious Foodie must have gotten some inspiration from all our food dates because he took some mouthwatering pictures of his meals in Ireland and I’m so jealous! On the bright side, he finally comes home today and we can finally go out together again. I’ve missed him so much! #irelandeats#irelandgram
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Today’s #traveltiptiesday will make your packing a little bit easier and lighter. Pick a color scheme to stick to for longer trips. Making sure that all your clothes, shoes, and accessories in your suitcase go together gives you more options while not overpacking. In the spring I went with stripes and last week I went with jewel tones - what would your color scheme be?
Dunluce Castle. One of the most romantic ruins in Ireland this 16th century castle sits on a rocky outcrop on Ireland’s Causeway Coast. It’s reached by a bridge. It’s site is so precarious that the castles kitchens have been lost to the sea when the ground beneath gave way. Supposedly it has its own banshee and it made an appearance in GOT as the castle of Pyke.
Castle Island 🏰🏝️
Lough Key, Co. Roscommon
Yes this is a real place!
The Mac Diarmada were the ruling dynasty from the 10th-16th century. A castle stood on the island from the 12th century: in 1184, the Annals of Loch Key (Annals = historical records used in Ireland up until the 17th century) report that a lightning bolt caused a fire.
Over a hundred people including many in the royal family were killed either by fire or drowning.
The castle has been destroyed and rebuilt several times throughout history.
It's mentioned frequently in the ancient annals, being a focus for both fighting.. and partying! 💃💃
Photo by @ihaveadarksoul