I LOVE prehistoric piles of rocks. Standing stones, hill forts, stone circles… love them! Unsurprisingly then, when we were in Cornwall this time two years ago, we visited as many as we could fit in. One evening around dusk we … Continue reading
Posted in Adventure, Environment, History, Travel, United Kingdom
Tagged Cornwall, dolmen, Lanyon Quoit, moors, neolithic, prehistoric, tomb
People have been farming Glencolumbkille (which translates as the Valley of Colm Cille, also known as Saint Columba) on the west coast of County Donegal in Ireland for over 5000 years. Over that time they’ve left their mark on the … Continue reading
Posted in Europe, History, Jaspa's Journey, Photography, Travel
Tagged County Donegal, cross pillar, Daily Post, Glencolumbkille, Ireland, postaday, tomb, Travel Theme: Decoration, Where's My Backpack?