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Random tour in the South

So I basically took the car and went in Glendalough, Cahir, Cashel and Kilkenny. Here are a couple of photos to illustrate how nice this idea was 🙂

Blackrock Castle – Cork city

Let’s make a quick tour in the area of Cork, where a small but noticeable fortification has now been converted to an Observatory. Ideally reached with a bicycle, this castle has a restaurant as well and the coastal walk is actually beautiful.

In the heart of Donegal – Ireland

Slowly giving away some secrets of this magical location situated in the north of Ireland, may I share here some snaps taken away from the coast of Donegal. The scenario is unreal, a Castle, nearly no-one around, a dramatic sky, it’s too warm for a winter, … These were taken in December. Living these seems remote […]

Sintra, Portugal

Less than an hour away from Lisbon, resides the Great Wall of China hmm Sintra This fort dominates the region and when it’s not as foggy as this day, it offers a beautiful view that extend beyond the sea. A Museum is still open in case of a rainy day and the restaurants are pretty […]

Clonmacnoise August 2008

Clonmacnoise I went to this place in August 2008, the year of the rain record. I still feel lucky with these pictures 🙂 Nice Local that makes me think about Glendalough Wiki link for more explaination J’ai visite cete ville en aout 2008, l’anne du record de pluie. Je me sens toujours chanceux d’avoir eu […]

Cahir in 2007

Cahir Cahir – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cahir Cahir is a town in South Tipperary in Ireland. The town is best known for its castle and the Swiss Cottage. It is in the barony of Iffa and Offa West. Back to: Tipperary Ireland Europe

The irish Tour 2005

killkenny 2005

Sunny eh, I still remember the year 2005, it was exactly like that day in Kilkenny. This lovely town is one of the first we did visited. Here is the official info: Kilkenny (Irish: Cill Chainnigh, meaning “church of Cainnech”) is a city and is the county town of the eponymous County Kilkenny in Ireland. […]

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