28 October 2016

The Giant's Causeway

When my sister said she was coming to visit C and me in Dublin I knew I wanted to take her somewhere completely different to anything that she had ever seen before. C suggested we take her up to Northern Ireland to see the Coast and Belfast. We hadn't been in a few years and this was the perfect opportunity to go back. With the Giant's Causeway being so far up North and on the coast, I wasn't quite sure what kind of weather to expect so we packed warm clothes. I remember going to the Giant's Causeway for the first time in the winter and it being so cold, wet and misty. I knew it would be windy no matter if it was rain or shine so I wanted extra warm clothes. This turtleneck sweater was ideal. The turtleneck provided warmth around my neck, it was long enough that the air didn't go up my body and the boots kept my feet dry and my jeans clean from the mud and water.

We got really lucky with the weather. It wasn't too windy or cold and actually warm when the sun occasionally made an appearance. We visited the site in the late morning planning to avoid the larger afternoon crowds and it didn't disappoint. We were able to take plenty of photos without people in our landscape shots. The scenery is so beautiful and you can really see how it inspired so many mythical stories. 

Sweater: Dunnes / Coat: Zara / Jeans: Topshop / Boots: Blondo / 
Hat: Hudson's Bay / Bag: Longchamp / Sunglasses: Ray Ban

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