So the story goes that there were two giants, one in Scotland and in Ireland, that did not like each other. So one day the Irish giant decided to throw a large stone over to Scotland to try and crush the Scottish giant. The Irish giant missed and the rock landed in the middle of the water, creating the isle of Mann. But that gave the Irish giant an idea to build a bridge between Ireland and Scotland so that he could fight the Scottish giant. So the Irish giant kept throwing the large hexagon shaped rocks until they reached Scotland. And then the Irish giant ran across the bridge and spotted the Scottish Giant in the distance. But the Irish giant underestimated the size of the Scottish Giant, who was over a hundred feet tall. The Irish giant became scared and ran away. But the Scottish giant saw a glimpse of him and chased after the Irish giant. Now, the Irish giant ran back to his wife and told her what happened and his wife told him to hide in the crib and the if the Scottish giant came by she would take of him. So the Irish giant did as he was told and sure enough the Scottish giant came knocking at their door. The wife answered the door,
"can I help you?" She said. And the Scottish giant said he was looking for her husband, "well he is out hunting," the wife said, "what do you want with him?"
The Scottish giant said, "I want to kill him!"
The wife said that was no problem and invited him in for tea. But the Scottish giant heard a noise from the crib and asked what that sound was.
"It's just the baby," said the wife, "come and have a look".
In the crib was non other than the Irish giant. But the Scottish giant was not the brightest, and he thought that if the Irish giant's baby was fifty feet tall, he would hate to meet the daddy. So the Scottish giant hightailed it back to Scotland destroying the bridge along the way.
So that is the tale of Giants causeway. It was a stunning sight to see and I appreciate being able to go.