The Giant’s Causeway tour

Although it was Saturday, I got up very early because today we have a tour to the Giant’s Causeway with Intern Europe. After all the things were packed, we went to the office of Intern Europe. From there we all went to the bus and then the tour started.The way to the Giant’s Causeway took about 2 hours and on the way we could see many interesting places. The bus driver was very friendly and had a lot of jokes and puns in stock.

For lunch we stopped at a restaurant near the Giant’s Causeway. There I got the Giant’s meal deal for £ 10 because there was salmon in it and I really love salmon. But I was completely disappointed because it was only a slice of smoked salmon on the plate. After lunch we drove to the Giant’s Causeway and the bus stopped in front of the entrance to the Giant’s Causeway. From there we had to walk for 15 minutes to get to the Giant’s Causeway. The view was beautiful and the coasts breathtaking. The special thing about the Giant’s Causeway are its hexagonal stones. There were many people there. We had one and a half hours to explore the Giant’s Causeway. An hour later we went back to the bus and then the bus driver drove us to the bridge of Carrick-a-Rede.There you could, if you have bought a ticket at the bus driver for 8 pounds, cross the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge and take a closer look at the island Carrick-a-Rede. But for me it was too expensive just to cross a bridge for £8, so Son, Dominik and I wandered around and took a lot of pictures. Again, we had one and a half hours to explore everything. The next target was The Dark Hedges, where the popular series Game of Thrones was filmed.

Then we drove back to Belfast. On the way back, most of us slept, because we were exhausted from walking all day. After we were back in Belfast, we all went to eat together in a restaurant.

PS: I took a total of about 600 photos.