Wednesday, March 12, 2008


And at last the way got easy as we headed downwards. In the distance, we could see the round tower of the monastic settlement of St Kevin's Glendalough. Crossing our path, not boggles, but two pretty Japanese students who were visiting the site. As Dana reflects in the book, after she returns from visiting the hermit-saint in the past, "Fifteen hundred years later, people still came to Kevin!" (Photos by Ger Blake and Mike McGovern)

2 comments:

Hilly-wa! said...

St. Kevin's Glendalough looks nothing like I imagined it to look like.

Anonymous said...

I love how your books can translate into real life like this. St. Kevin's Glendalough is much prettier than I pictured it.