Dún Aonghasa The Edge of Europe

Dún Aonghasa is an ancient ring fort at the edge of Europe. The site has been in use for over four thousand years. It is a highly sacred place in Gaelic Folklore. If you were to go west from it you would not hit land until you reached Newfoundland. It is a powerful, remote, and […]

Wall in The Halls of a Mall.

When you go to a mall you expect to see many things. Probably a Starbucks, a bunch of stores selling items, long hallways that are easy to walk down, people avoiding the heat or bad weather, teenagers being teenagers, and a Medieval wall that is from the medieval period of a city… Today I would […]

A Cathedral to Culture; St.Patricks,Dublin.

When you think of an old Irish Cathedral probably the first image that comes to your head is of St.Patrick’s Cathedral. St.Patrick’s is built on the original site of the church from 850 ad. The church today serves a different role than it did back in the time of it’s origin. It is one of […]

Life as An RPG- Talk to Everyone

Edge Of The World and Still Grouped up. One of the primary things that separates a traveler from a tourist in my eyes is how they interact with the places they go. A tourist may go to all the sites, but when they are done taking the picture; they will likely move onto being in […]

The Saddest Place In All of Ireland; Mutton Light Memorial

On my trip to Ireland I went to many wonderful places. I truly felt like i reconnected to a feeling that had been lost, a feeling that was slumbering for a long time. On Beltane I went to the Aran Islands, a place that felt as ancient as a place can feel. The next day […]

MainQuest Monday;Blarney Castle Grounds.

Blarney castle is one of the largest tourist attractions in the country of Ireland. The path most people take through it however is rather narrow. If you arrive on a tour bus you will likely be told you have x amount of time to see the grounds and walk around. Typically that finite amount of […]