‘the waterfalls between boundaries’ – The Clare Glen Falls

.. .residents of these woods are all in a timeless battle over the warm touches of sunlight, the sunlight like rain which reaches ..the ‘debritus’ in small strands. .. TodaysWanderluster present’s you, with this week’s article on the Clare Glens Falls, ‘the waterfalls between boundaries’ … wanna see what else lies in Tipperary? We inviteContinue reading “‘the waterfalls between boundaries’ – The Clare Glen Falls”

‘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 Ancient Irish Wood of Cratloe’

. ..Another tale speaks to us about a potentially ‘Irish Robin Hood’, an outlaw where the tradition, as it states, burried the goods he took under “a tree marked with the ace of spades”. TodaysWanderluster present’s you, with this week’s article on the Cratloe Woods, ‘The Ancient Irish Woods of Cratloe’. … love the ambianceContinue reading “‘The Ancient Irish Wood of Cratloe’”

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