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TW || InTouristShoes – Javorník

Let’s see what’s .. to see Wish you make the experience just a little more realistic ? Subscribe to TodaysWanderluster. Bring the Adventure directly to your Inbox. Click/Tap here, should you have any suggestions. What to see in Javornik ? The ‘Jánský Vrch‘ Castle The absolute jewel of the town of Javorník built in theContinue reading “TW || InTouristShoes – Javorník”

The Coastal Atlantic Shield of Ireland – ‘The Cliffs of Moher’

..the giant sea cliffs, the country’s western fortification against the destructive forces of the mighty atlantic, an army of soldiers wearing blue and white cape, sent by the God of the seas and oceans himself, Poseidon… TodaysWanderluster present’s you, with this week’s article on the Cliffs of Moher, ‘The Cliffs of Moher’ … do youContinue reading “The Coastal Atlantic Shield of Ireland – ‘The Cliffs of Moher’”

‘A Horse-Shoe Shaped lake’ – Lough Gur

..sleeping in a cave in the region of Lough Gur and emerges at the time of Ireland’s need, galloping around the lake on his great white horse. tale which tells a story of a 14th century lord of Munster . .. Between the valleys and forests, underneath the ever-changing Irish sky , dwells the peacefulContinue reading “‘A Horse-Shoe Shaped lake’ – Lough Gur”

“The Landing place of the Oak” – Portumna Forest Walk

.. there are a total of 16 species of wild animals recorded to reside in the Woods of Portumna, with the red squirrel, the badger and fox that.. . . ..the stroat and known locally as ‘the cat’ the Pine Marten is regarded as the most elusive mammal within these woods but also known asContinue reading ““The Landing place of the Oak” – Portumna Forest Walk”

The ‘Rock of Cashel’ – Ireland’s Medieval Jewel

..known for its three names, ‘Cashel of the Kings’, ‘St Patrick’s Rock’ or the one we already heard of, the ‘Rock of Cashel’, is one of the most remarkable collections of Celtic art as well as medieval architecture that can be explored anywhere on the European continent, with the majority of the structural features andContinue reading “The ‘Rock of Cashel’ – Ireland’s Medieval Jewel”