Today we are going to travel to Northern Ireland to
Carrick-A-Rede in County Antrim
To the rope bridge which you will never, ever, not in a million years, get me to walk across!
Originally it was a single rope hand rail erected by fishermen over 23m-deep and 20m-wide chasm to check their salmon nets.
The National Trust has replaced it with a two-hand railed rope bridge.
If you are brave enough to traverse the rope bridge and reach Carrick Island you will be rewarded by the diverse birdlife with an uninterrupted view across to Rathlin Island and Scotland.
Don't forget though, here is only one way off the island - back across the swinging bridge! Don't look down!
Photo credit: Felix Friedmann photographer
Photo credit: The National Trust
He said, will you follow me to the ends of the earth
She said, to the sun and moon and back until rebirth
He said; hold my hand and we will travel together
She said, don’t let me go, stay with me forever and ever
He said, put your faith and trust only in me
Look out on the wonders of this world, at its beauty
Behold the glory of nature, the miracle that is human
She said, I see and believe in you, that is certain
He said I will love you always; it is you I have chosen.