Highlights from the British Isles trip

We had an amazing trip to England, Ireland, and Scotland in the first two weeks of October. It was a very ambitious trip and we were able to see several sacred sites. This was a planning trip for future tours, and we sure learned a lot. In the future, the tours will be concentrated to certain areas. We are hoping to get something together as early as Spring 2020, so stay tuned.

We visited the following sites: In England: Tintagel, St. Nectan’s Glen, Glastonbury – Chalice Well, Glastonbury Abbey, and the town itself, Stonehenge, Avebury. In Ireland: Newgrange, Brigid’s Well in Kildare, Cnoc Aine, Lough Gur’s newly excavated Grange Circle, Bunratty Castle, Hill of Tara. In Scotland: Edinburgh Castle, the Scottish borders, Rosslyn Chapel and Rosslyn Castle.

Here are some highlights from the trip in photos!

Merlin Statue looking out from Tintagel
St. Nectan’s Glen
Glastonbury Tor
Chalice Well
Glastonbury Abbey – Lady Chapel
Avebury Stone Circle
Newgrange Ancestor Stone
The Well of Kildare
One of the faery trees at the entrance to Lough Gur Grange Circle in Limerick, Ireland
Cnoc Aine, County Limerick, Ireland
Bunratty Castle
Lia Fail on the Hill of Tara
The Witches Well at Edinburgh Castle, in Scotland
A branch of oak leaves found on our Scottish Borders tour, on the way to the statue of William Wallace
Rosslyn Chapel