Irish Adventures with Stena Line
This September, I invited my father to go on the road trip of a lifetime to Ireland. It's been on our list of things to do for sooooo long, and finally the perfect opportunity came along.
We rented our car from Luton and drove all the way up to Holyhead in North Wales to jump on the 2am Stena Line Ferry to Dublin. There, we had a little but restful night of sleep in our cute cabin and at 6am we were back on the road heading to Northern Ireland.
First stop was the Dark Hedges, or as I call it, the King's Road. This place didn't disappoint, it was truly mesmerizing. Then we headed to the Giant's Causeway (Iron Islands!) before going back tot he Republic of Ireland and the Northest point in the country - Malin Head.
There I flew my drone and took plenty of photos. After that, we headed South to Mullaghmore Head before calling it a day and drive to Galway.
Day 2 was a little bit more chill, as we took the time to have a proper Irish breakfast in Galway, before heading to Loop Head, and driving back North to the Cliffs of Moher, stopping by bridges of Ross on the way there.
Then, on Wednesday, we did the Connemara Loop through the National Parl and to Kylemore Abbey, before heading back to Dublin for our last night in Ireland.
In total, we - well, dad - drove 1300 miles in 4 days. My eyes were full of wonderful sights, and I can't wait to come back to Ireland!