Dark Hedges… I didn’t see the pale ghost

We recently visited Ulster to take my daughter to University there. We know the area so well, have been there many times, but the wonderful thing about the place is that it always shows us something new. On the road between the small village of Armoy and Gracehill Golf Club…

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Some of these trees are nearly three hundred years old. If you are a fan of ‘Game of Thrones’ you may have seen this magical place in one of the episodes in series 2!

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      1. Lois

        Up in the north along the Causeway Coast, up the Glens, along past the ruined castles and fishing harbours of Dunseverick and Kenbane, past the Giant’s Causeway, past Dark Fort – Lisanduff, past Dunluce Castle… and all the other ruins in between!

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      2. loonyliterature

        It sounds magnificent. It is also such a part of our heritage. One of our families came across at the time of the Irish Famine, we then discovered the other day that the father fled the famine only to be killed in the Crimean war.

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