Liz's Travel Posts

Hoare Abbey (sometimes spelled Hore) sits across a field from the Rock of Cashel. One of the more picturesque ruins (IMHO), it must have been a beautiful…

So, did you ever wonder who carved all the stones for all those medieval cathedrals, churchs, abbeys, etc.? There must have been hundreds or even thousands of…

Or more accurately, The Rock of St. Patrick, Cashel. Even in ruins, it's an amazing structure. Parts of it date to the 12th Century, with 13th and 14th…

One of the many medieval castles in Ireland that are open to the public to tour. It's astonishing how small they are - and how many people used to live in…

Have I said how much I LOVE Ireland??? Yes? Well, it probably won't be the last time. ;) These are a few of the many photos I took at the Cliffs of Moher,…

Visited the North Carolina Aquarium at Roanoke this morning. For anyone considering a visit to the aquarium, I highly recommend Sunday mornings - the place was…

I was headed to the Outer Banks of North Carolina on vacation today, and the only interesting part of the whole tedious 7 hour drive was crossing the Chesapeake…

Many thanks to Claude for pointing out, and rightly so, that my thumbnail portrait is a bit wacky. It occurred to me that I've never posted the story behind…

Spent the last week of May in Bonaire, and have spent the past week trying to get caught up. Life got a bit out of control for awhile, but things seem to be…

Photographed this pelican last November in Bonaire. Watched him fishing, and afterward trying to completely swallow his catch, and was amazed at just how…

A few last favorite shots I couldn't squeeze into any of the other posts. Guess you can't tell I love Bonaire, can you? ;)

The “other” coast of Bonaire, with the old indian inscriptions and rugged shore line. No diving here!

This is another Bonaire attraction, these are the actual slave huts used by slaves in the 1800's who worked the salt pans (see yesterday's post).
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