Stone circles can be found across Ireland. They were built between 3,000 and 500 B.C. and were probably used for rituals or religious functions; no one really knows for sure. One thing is for certain – finding them usually requires a drive down a very narrow road (so narrow that if you meet a car, […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
If you have the good fortune of driving through the Sally Gap in County Wicklow one day (and surviving), you’ll see Lough Tay. It’s a lake the color of freshly poured Guinness, pooled in a deep fissure of earth between mountains Djouce and Luggala. You’ll want to pull off the R759 or pause at a […]Continue Reading... 6 Comments.
I found the end of the rainbow while traveling through County Donegal, Ireland… Alas, there were no pots of gold or leprechauns. Only cows.Continue Reading... No Comments.