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... sense of ease & peace at this location and that people's passing over was celebrated as much as their life was.
Our next location of connection was at the Hill of Tara where the destiny stone resides along with an entry place for the otherworlds. A new theory suggests that Tara was the ancient capital of the lost kingdom of Atlantis. Coming across some Blackthorn trees also called the Witches ...
Dear Brothers & Sisters
Heading out of Dublin our first stop was of course was a beautiful cafe in the Wicklow mountains & a chance to start connecting with the tall ones. Feeling very spoiled with Liz's knowledge with the land of Ireland we stopped off at breathtaking area of Roundwood. Feeling a connection with the Gaelics as the land reminded me of the Scottish mountains with the land covered with heather. Along ...
... are quite wrong.
Ireland is a ridiculously stunning country
and this isn’t just in the parts where they filmed most of Braveheart but just
in general. It astounds me as we are driving through rolling hillsides and
bright green pastures surrounding old brick houses which have stood the test of
time. The first place we stop is a place called Cashel Rock. Which is pretty
much as it sounds it’s a rock, which they built a castle ...
... to Elisabet!), Spain, Switzerland, France (again and again it calls me back), Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovenia, Croatia (shout out to Matea!), Hungary, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Poland (shout out to Canadian Kate!), Germany and Austria (stay tuned for a Currie adventure blog). My country count is getting high and I was proud to trump a little British upstart on a free walking tour in Bratislava who thought he'd visited more places. Ha!
I've been so lucky to catch ...
... the Ring.
A few hours of driving through the rain and we found ourselves at Ladies View, the stopping point of Queen Victoria's ladies in1861.
I hope their view ...