TodaysWanderluster || Disney Land in Poland – Colourful Lakelets

According to the data supported by Wikipedia, the present day lakes which are the remnants of former german mines, […] date back to the time between the late 18th century and the early 20th century (1785 – 1925) .. .your about to visit the Colourful Lakelets Subscribe to TodaysWanderluster. Bring the Adventure directly into yourContinue reading “TodaysWanderluster || Disney Land in Poland – Colourful Lakelets”

‘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”

Lough Derg ‘Ireland’s Third Largest Lake’

Lough Derg, from the Irish ‘Loch Deirgdheirc’, was one of the names of the ‘Dagda’ recognised as the Irish God.. …”red eye” During the medieval times, the lake appeared as an integral part of the water highway stretching from as far west as the Atlantic ocean, through the irish midlands and further to the east,Continue reading “Lough Derg ‘Ireland’s Third Largest Lake’”

‘The Gates of the Ring of Kerry’ – Killarney National Park

Hey guys!! Welcome back on TodaysWanderluster, this week’s journey on our page won’t require to much of a distant travel from our previous location, as in fact, we aren’t leaving the Iveragh peninsula nor the ‘Ring of Kerry’. Today’s Wanderlusting will take place on the very gates of the ring and as mentioned in theContinue reading “‘The Gates of the Ring of Kerry’ – Killarney National Park”

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