This is a glass from the Bushmills Distillery
Pictured above is Dunlace Castle. You may notice that it seems to be falling into the sea.
After the distillery, we traveled to the Giant's Causeway. The Giant's Causeway is a natural basalt formation on the coast of Northern Ireland. The myth is that a Giant, named Finn, built a bridge over to Scotland to battle another Giant. When Finn got to the other side, he realized that the other Giant was too large to he ran back across the Causeway and the other Giant followed him. Finn then hid from the other Giant with the help of his wife, and the other Giant went back across to Scotland destroying the causeway leaving behind the remnants that people can see now today.
I would have to say that the Giant's Causway was definitely my favorite part of our trip thus far!
Pictured below are photographs from the Giant's Causeway.
Notice the Basalt columns that I would say make the rocks look like Honeycomb.
Giant's Causeway Time Lapse