These are some photos from a holiday to Donegal in autumn 2014. I didn’t call the post ‘Donegal’ because not all of the pictures are from there, and I added the year because, while I don’t know if we’ll be going anywhere at all for a while, we have been to Ireland enough that I feel a need to specify which trip this was, in case we do go again and I want to blog about that.
Anyway, may as well get going. First, a few pictures I took on the ferry, both there and back.
Next, a trip to Glenveagh Castle.
Had a random drive round on one of the days, stopping at places which looked interesting.
On one of the days we went to the Giant’s Causeway. We were nowhere near it, it was a fair drive, but it was decided we were quite possibly as close as we ever would be, so we went.
And we stayed in the village of Annagry, here’s some photos from around there and from when we climbed Annagry Hill.
And that’s it. I’m almost out of pictures I can use for these posts, I’m going to need to think of some other things I can do with this blog. I’ve got a few ideas for new types of posts, I’ll see if they work out.
Thanks for looking.