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Inside the Cave of Cats.

Gifts from the Hellmouth of Ireland #Samhain

Today I met up with Treasa and a bunch of lovely ladies for a visit to Cruachan and Oweynagat. To say I was nervous is a bit of an understatement; not because I was meeting up with a… Read More

The ancient oak planks of the great Corlea Trackway.

Planning Your Visit to Ireland? Trek Along the Iron-Age Trackway at Corlea

I love bogs. Not only do they provide us with sweet-smelling turf for burning over the winter, which keeps us so warm and cosy and drowsy, but they hide extraordinary secrets which they allow us to find, now… Read More

Planning your Visit to Ireland? Deerpark Forest

Welcome to a new feature on Aliisaacstoryteller. Are you planning a visit to Ireland? Over the coming weeks, I’ll be featuring places in Ireland that I love, and which are, I think, well worth a visit. Some will be familiar to you, others will get you off that beaten tourist track, and make your visit to Ireland a more memorable and unique one. Today we’re visiting somewhere near and dear to my heart, Deerpark Forest, on the shores of Lough Ramor in Co Cavan, so get your walking shoes on!

Aliisaacstoryteller has a new look!

Click on this button to check it out… what do you think? check out ali’s new look I’ve been working hard on it all week, but there’s still quite a bit of tweaking to do. Still, it’s all… Read More

Aphrodite’s Rock, #SummerRead #shortstory #romance #Greece

I’m having Greece withdrawal symptoms though, so when the lovely Sally Cronin republished my story, Aphrodite’s Rock, which I wrote especially for her Authors in the Sun Series in 2015, I was surprised and immediately transported to sunnier, more exotic climes. It was just the pick me up I needed… thanks, Sally!

Ed Mooney’s Heritage Photo Challenge My Peruvian Adventure The Nazca Lines

In the November of 1999, I was lucky enough to achieve one of my dreams. I took three weeks off work and travelled around Peru. I could have spent longer… hell, I could have upped sticks and settled… Read More

The Colours of Kalymnos