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Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, Northern Ireland

Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, Northern Ireland

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If you don’t follow Mascara & Mud on Instagram, you won’t have witnessed them falling in love with Northern Ireland. Not only was their whole weekend filled with breathtakingly beautiful scenery…it was also filled with back-to-back blue skies!

Here is a taster of the fabulous photos, but to read the full post just click here!

Before we left, we had a short list of things we wanted to see and do whilst over there. It felt so good to not only tick them all off, but to get a few extra in too.

First to be ticked off was Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge just a few short miles from where we were staying at Ballycastle.  But before we got to the bridge, we had a little wander towards the sea.




Told you.  HEAD.  OVER.  HEELS.  IN.  LOVE.

And then it was time for the rope bridge itself.    It was about a mile’s walk down to the bridge…enough time for a few butterflies to get in Alf’s tummy 😉

So this is just a taster of the fabulous photos,  to read the full post just click here!

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