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|05.04.2013 04:06, Ｙｕｋｉｔｏ from Yokohama from JAPAN :|
|Hello Yukito from JAPAN.Your hp is very good and help for me.I want to travel your country for watch stones in this year.All your news is real.thank you!
[Baur South Wedge Tomb] location is no good.please refine.
|28.11.2012 21:28, Richard Mercer from Calgary, Alberta :|
|How would you classify New Grange?
Cahergal Stone Fort , Kerry, from your picture looks very similar in structure.
|23.08.2012 01:07, Pamela from Australia :|
|Hi Jim, I'm writing to express my gratitude to you for making this information so readily available. We went to the Dingle Peninsula last week and visited a number of sites thanks to your directions. Most were not sign posted and we wouldn't have know they were there but for your website. Ireland has such a treasure trove of historical sites and thanks to people such as yourself, visitors like myself are given unique opportunities to savour them. So thank you!|
|21.08.2012 20:14, Markus from Vienna, Austria :|
|Hi. My wife and I used the description on this fantastic site to find the way to Caherdooneerish stone fort in Co. Clare the last week (August 2012). I'd like to make a few additions.
At the two gates there is only place for one car, but a few hundred meters to the west is a big parking bay.
The way up the hill from the gates was marked with traffic cones and was easy to find, but as soon as it reached the "green road" (the hiking way) there was no sign in which direction to go. It is, actually, to the left.
Also later on there were no further signs how to get up to the fort, so we just walked up as we saw fit. At the fort two hikers told us that the path would have been this: Follow the "green road" till it crosses a low wall, go over the wall. To the right there are two large stones, the path up to the fort goes through the stones and then along the stone wall. But it is very steep.
Keep up the great work
|19.06.2012 07:19, MARIE WARREN from ROSCREA CO TIPPERARY :|
| Hi Jim. This is a wonderful site, concise and easy to navigate . Comhgairdes leat. I am adding you to my site www.slidala.com.. Lean araigh leis an obair iontach.
|24.05.2012 16:02, Ray from UK:|
|Great site - just returned from Ireland.
A word of advice for people visiting Gallarus Oratory. As you turn off the R559, you will see a sign pointing left up a driveway. Unless you want to pay to see a video and cross a private field ignore it. Continue up the lane for a couple of hundred yards where you will find a small car park and a public right of way to the oratory.
Seems like its a local way of fleecing unwary tourists!
|06.05.2012 18:35, Antonio from Orbassano - Italy :|
|Hi Jim, great website with fantastic and breathtaking photos! Information and directions given in your pages are very helpful.
I and my wife use to go to Ireland almost every year since 1994 and we have seen most of what you feature in your website, but we have seen other places as well.
I also have a website about Irish ancient monuments, if you have time to waste you could browse some pages.
Would you like to exchange links?
|05.04.2012 16:38, martin from sligo :|
|i would just like to compliment all involved in one of the most wondeful websites i have ever visited. brilliant photos, great directions and history information. an absolute treasure to trove of valuable information, it is sites like this that helps instill a sense of inquiry and interest in history-well done and thanks so much for creating it|
|03.02.2012 18:10, Cáit:|
|Bail ó Dhia ort! Tá an obair déanta agat.
Fantastic site. The amount of work put in is amazing
|06.12.2011 09:36, Oonagh from Louth :|
|Brilliant web site with wonderful photos . I saw ref. to it in Go supplement. Look forward to discovering more sites.|
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