Archive for September, 2019

Weel may the keel row

Weel may the keel row
This entry is part 26 of 27 in the series Ag am ar bith - Ireland & Scotland 2019

3 September 2019 It’s Scotland. It’s raining. The plan was to take a drive around the island. If we spot something that we can see, without getting too wet, great. We just wanted to have an easy day, really. Our first attempt was Duart Castle. But it was covered in scaffolding. Then we tried a…

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Bheir mi sgriob do Thobar Mhoire

Bheir mi sgriob do Thobar Mhoire
This entry is part 25 of 27 in the series Ag am ar bith - Ireland & Scotland 2019

2 September 2019 From the first time I considered visiting Scotland, I wanted to go to the Isle of Skye. I had seen some photographs of the Fairy pools, but managing to fit it in, with sufficient time on Skye, and without causing excessive driving distances, was a bit tricky. And when I discovered that…

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So he said, ” Head south!”

So he said, ” Head south!”
This entry is part 24 of 27 in the series Ag am ar bith - Ireland & Scotland 2019

1 September 2019 And slowly, but surely, we are making our way back South. Back home. We were booked on the early ferry back to the Scottish Mainland. Driving to St. Margeret’s Hope, I couldn’t help quietly giggling at some of the things we’ve spotted along the way throughout Scotland. Like the seagulls. Every afternoon,…

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Someone told me long ago

Someone told me long ago
This entry is part 23 of 27 in the series Ag am ar bith - Ireland & Scotland 2019

31 August 2019 It’s Scotland. It’s raining. A good day to take it slow, maybe. So we figured, at some point, we would just take a drive, and see what we can, without getting too wet… The Orkney islands have a very long history, with some of its historic sites going back to around 3000…

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