But if we weren't so excited to follow the locals up the hill, we would have been mistaken for a place of "quiet days". As we climbed the slope, hand and foot, we saw the billowing Atlantic Ocean, the force of which was so great that it was able to hit the rocks and foamed the sea. I tried to tighten my clothes to keep them from being blown down by the sea breeze that roared through my cochlea, but it proved futile. The fresh rain still brings water, the shimmering golden sun and the blue water, and the stone-cuttered cotage and dike, a tranquil place. Locals take their children on foot, fishing, and jogging dogs to the beach.
This is the location of "Game of Thrones". Everyone guess which scene this is? In fact, more than one episode was shot here, and many episodes were shot here and nearby. What I reported was a one-day tour of Game of Thrones. When buying it, pay attention to the first one that came up with the "Game of Thrones" business. Don't report other follow-ups. It's a little bit more expensive. The quality is a few blocks away from other follow-ups. You can only buy it on his website. . Others are drivers and tour guides. This house has a dedicated tour guide and is an extra actor in "Game of Thrones". He said that many people on the island participated in the filming of "Game of Thrones". Here we put on the costumes from "Game of Thrones", holding props (swords and shields, whatever you like, pick your own) cosplayed a hand of "Game of Thrones". The tour guide helped everyone to take stills. The last picture shows us changing props for costumes. The port is not big and there are not many boats. They are all ordinary fishing boats and there are no yachts, but it is beautiful and the water is probably cold. At that time, I saw that there were seemingly local student groups who came here to play in the water, and they were still standing boards.
This is the Game of Thrones scene. Guess which scene? There are more than one scene, many of them are shot here and nearby. I reported a Game of Thrones day trip. When buying, pay attention to the first one to come out to do the Game of Thrones business. Don't report other follow-up, it's a little more expensive, quality dump other follow-up several streets. Other people are drivers and guides. The house has a dedicated guide and is a popular actor in Game of Thrones. He says many people on the island are involved in making Game of Thrones. We were wearing the costumes from Game of Thrones and holding the props (sword shields, whatever you like, pick it up) Cosplayed a Game of Thrones. The guides took pictures of everyone. The last picture was that we were changing costumes with the props. The port is not big, there are not many boats, are ordinary fishing boats, no yacht, but very beautiful, the water is estimated very cold. At that time, I saw a local student group to play with the water, rowing or stand-up board.
Balintoi is a picturesque village, and on the second floor of the hotel, you can see the pastures and sheep across the street from the cracks in the house. The hotel's bar door, the 6 of the 10 "Game of Thrones", is carved with Taglian's flying dragon. Sometimes driving isn't the best option, like going to the Ballintoy Harbour, a mile away, and it does take a little more time to hike, but the scenery and the nice details along the way are not a drop in the bucket. Every farm land was surrounded by waist-high stone walls or low bushes, and from a distance, flocks of sheep were sprinkled like pearls on the green hillsides. The morning breeze swept over the air, with the fragrance of the grass, and the quaint Bahraintoi parish church, narrow roads began to circle down, the end of which was the port of Bahraintoi. To power travelers, the port of Bahraintoi has become synonymous with the Iron Islands and the Dragonstone. The sea near this tiny harbor is strewn with huge reefs, and the wilderness of the atmosphere is exactly what the original works set for the Iron Islands, and the production company HBO's viewing team is credited with doing so!