We are back with season 3 of the podcast! Today we talk about Game of Thrones!! We have been waiting for a new episode of Game of Thrones for almost years now. Martha is very very excited because while she was waiting for the new and last season of Game of Thrones she got pregnant, had the baby and celebrated his first birthday. So she’s ready to continue her Game of Thrones journey. Jeanine, however, has not seen the show. Terrible, we know. But that hasn’t stopped her from visiting several GoT’s shooting locations.
We will be talking about the gorgeous filming locations that we’ve both visited and hopefully it sparks your interest to visit them as well.
For a guide to visiting the Game of Thrones locations in Northern Ireland check out Le Wild Explorer’s guide here! And for information on visiting the Alcazar of Sevilla, click here.
Since the episode has aired, Jeanine has visited some Game of Thrones filming locations in Morocco so be sure to check out her story highlights and posts.
As always, thank you for listening to this week’s episode! We hope you enjoyed this special Game of Thrones episode. Feel free to write us on our Instagram, Twitter, & the Le Wild Explorer blog with your questions, comments & anything else that’s on your mind! Follow us at @ohmytravelpodcast, @lewildexplorer, & @marthagetsit
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Road trips are an excellent way to see a variety of different locations without being tied to a particular schedule. You get to go at your own pace, customize your itinerary and it allows for flexibility. Even before I booked my flight to Ireland, I knew I wanted to rent a car and drive on my own. I didn’t want to be limited to tour stops and I wanted to be able to stop as I pleased. I had never rented a car in another country and was a bit apprehensive about driving on the other side of the road but I decided to go for it! Keep reading if you’re interstate in learning more about road tripping Ireland and Northern Ireland.
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I recently road-tripped Ireland and Northern Ireland and visited some of the stunning Game of Thrones filming locations in Northern Ireland. I have to first admit that I don’t watch Game of Thrones. I know, I know, I just never got into it but there’s no denying that these locations are some of the most beautiful places I’ve visited. So whether you’re a Game of Thrones fanatic or just looking to see some of Northern Ireland’s gems keep reading to hear about my visit to the Game of Thrones filming locations in Northern Ireland.
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