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Castles, Follies and Four-Leaf Clovers : Adventures along Ireland's St Declan's Way - Rosamund Burton

Castles, Follies and Four-Leaf Clovers

Adventures along Ireland's St Declan's Way

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Rich in history, castles and larger-than-life characters, St Declan's Way is one of Ireland's best kept secrets...Rosamund's adventures begin when she is lent a map of the ancient highway and pilgrim route St Declan's Way. Intrigued she returns to Ireland. Setting off from the famous Rock of Cashel in County Tipperary, she travels through small towns and villages, across the beautiful Knockmealdown Mountains, to the town of Lismore with its spectacular castle, where her family used to live, and then on to the fishing village of Ardmore in County Waterford...Battling the rain as she follows narrow country roads, little used tracks and overgrown paths, she traces the footsteps of St Declan. From a day at a horse fair to climbing mountains and tracking down fairy forts, she captures perfectly the local characters and castles, miraculous wells and talking statues, the broken dreams and local legends. Stories of goddesses, ghosts and fairies are intertwined with the eccentricities and daily lives of everyday people - this is a journey full of the surprises that only Ireland can offer.

Contents note continued: 37.The Bog of Hags and the holy well -- 38.Stepping stones -- 39.The fairy fort and the high road -- 40.You cannot draw blood from a turnip.

ISBN: 9781741767681
ISBN-10: 1741767687
Format: ePUB
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 270
Published: 1st July 2011
Publisher: Allen & Unwin