By David Yeadon
In fresh years, eire has loved a newfound prosperity as Europe's so much prosperous country. yet tucked away in a miles nook of the so-called "Celtic Tiger," that different enduring and actual country—that small, hidden position of easy magic and romance—still exists. Acclaimed shuttle author David Yeadon and his spouse, Anne, got down to locate it.
On the Beara Peninsula of southwest eire, the Yeadons found their very own "little misplaced world," an attractive Brigadoon of hovering mountain levels and extraordinary coastal surroundings, some distance faraway from the touristic hullabaloo of Dublin, Killarney, and the hoop of Kerry. this is the fabled "Old Ireland," alive and good with song seisuins, hooley dances, and seanachai storytellers—a haven for searchers, healers, artists, and poets hardy adequate to have braved a similar slender and winding mountain roads that preserve the package-tour coaches out.
Bursting with colour and lifestyles, At the sting of Ireland is an intrepid wanderer's get together of a mystical, unspoiled, and unforgettable Éire.
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