Our princess in front of Enniskillen Castle
Approaching Mussenden Temple
Mussenden Temple. on Downhill Estate,
Exploring the garden area of the massive Downhill Estate
Anothe corner of Downhill Estate
Downhill Estate Ruins
Entrance to the main Downhill Estate Ruins
View of the Mussenden Temple from the main Downhill Estate Ruin
Attempt at the postcard/travel brochure shot of Mussenden Temple
Looking out at the beach from inside Mussenden Temple (the white house in the distance is Downhill Hostel, what a great location)
Road heading down to the Giant's Causeway; seems easy enough, but proven difficult coming back up carrying a 30 pound toddler.
An interesting rock.
Giant's Causeway, a natural kid's playground.
Giant's Causeway, North Coast of Ireland. Unique hexagonal rock columns thought to be result of volcanic eruption, or, the work of Giant Finn MacCool.
Another view of Giant's Causeway
Giant's Causeway, a even better toddler playground
Looking hard for dolphins and whales; Near Dunree Point, Fort Dunree, Co. Donegal.
Fort Dunree, Co. Donegal, Ireland
Mesmerized by the waves on Buncrana Beach, Co. Donegal, Ireland
In front of Glenveah Castle
On top of the hill behind the Glenveagh Castle as the rain clouds coming in towards us.
Glenveagh Castle and Lough from top of the mountain behind; All part of the Glenveagh National Park in Co. Donegal, Ireland. Too bad for the ugly fence!
Another view of the castle
Yet another view of Glenveagh Castle
A small portion of the Glenveah castle garden
Heading towards Dunluce Castle
View of the coast and cliff from Dunluce Castle
Dunluce Castle, a 16th century castle famous for perching on the high cliff and parts of it fallen into the coean one fateful night in 1639.
What was this room for? A grand ballroom perhaps?
A well preserved window
Peeking through an "interior" window
View of the coast from outside of Dunluce Castle
Glenariif Forest Park, Co. Antrim, the most beautiful of the "nine glens of Antrim" ("glen" means valley in Irish"
Glenariff Forest Park
Heading towards the waterfall