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Cailleach, a wand and being knighted

I think it must be the fact that i’m cutting down on my caffeine intake that this afternoon around 3pm I found myself nodding off at work. You know what I mean, right? Where you just can’t keep your eyes open. Fortunately my desk is right at the back of the room and facing away […]

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Ireland – the Oracle of Dowth

Sorry for the delay in this post, but I honestly thought I had written it already, however when I came to look for it as a reference, alas it was no where to be found. I’m afraid its going to be from memory that is about 6 months old. Just to set the scene then, […]

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Ireland Caileach and Four Knocks

Since I have some time on my hands thought I would catchup with some really old (half a year) posts. This one is from memory i’m afraid and although vivid, might contain the odd in-accuracy. Who can tell though, right? Since it concerns my adventures and recollections. Gwas and I were in the midst of […]

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Ireland 2 – A visit by Caileach

We are still on our first day in Ireland, having just landed at the hotel and taken a breather from our long journey through the “non toll” roads of Dublin, we decided to hit out for Tara. As Gwas will no doubt relate some of the historical aspects of this site I will deal with […]

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Ireland 1 – Freeing the dragon

After some preamble due to a mis-diagnosis of our O.S mapping we eventually found a stone circle called The Pipers Stones. Quite auspiciously to our tired feet it was quite close to the main road. I was the first to arrive there and found a lovely stone just under a tree. The sun was shining […]

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