I am going to begin with a disclaimer; I am obsessed with Game of Thrones. I was introduced to the television series before season 3 started and that was the beginning of a slippery slope into a Thrones obsession.
I have watched each episode multiple times and I read the books word by word. I haven’t (yet) sent George R. R. Martin any threatening emails or tweets to tell him to get a move on.
Love is in the air!
As are all the overpriced Valentine’s menus promising romantic ambience with that special someone over the Valentine’s period.
I think there’s more to romance than being squeezed into a room where you are touching elbows with the stranger beside you and have you use the torch on your phone to read the menu.
Some of Northern Ireland’s most beautiful sights are along the Causeway Coastal Route. The route spans from Belfast along the north coast of Northern Ireland. Along the way, you pass small villages such as Glenarm and Ballygally, swoop up and down hilly roads and on some days you may even see some dolphins or seals.
I am not a fan of Hallowe’en – the most excited I get is when I go to the Monster Mash in Titanic Quarter, Belfast for the fireworks. Saying that, it is always fun to get a little creeped out. When browsing the internet earlier, I came across an infographic by Blue Chip Holidays listing the most ‘spooktacular’ places to visit in the UK. I was disappointed to see that Northern Ireland had been bypassed completely. This got me thinking, and I came up with a list of spooky places in my home country.