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Skellig Michael

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Swamp sculpture in Eastern Ireland I love it and now I want one for my backyard in Ireland, hahaha!

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Druids Circle (Penmaenmawr) - Megalithic Portal

Druids Temple, Masham, North Yorkshire, UK - not real - a folly - but I might need something like this in my new MG novel.

Nowhere in the UK can rival Pembrokeshire, in Wales’ wild southwest, for coastal adventures. Here, you can eye puffins on Skomer, feel your stomach somersault as you jump from giddy heights while coasteering and kayak in silent exhilaration below cliffs that have been around since dinosaurs roamed the Earth.

Outdoor adventures in Pembrokeshire

Pembrokeshire's dramatic coast beckons from Marloes Sand © Pete Seaward / Lonely Planet

What it's like to visit Skellig Michael in Ireland off the coast of the Ring of Kerry. Plus, tips on how to get there if you aren't able to get a boat reservation.

How to Get to Skellig Michael Without a Reservation

What it's like to visit Skellig Michael in Ireland off the coast of the Ring of Kerry. Plus, tips on how to get there if you aren't able to get a boat reservation.

Stenar Ales is a megalithic monument in southern Sweden, the monument is believed to be built in the sixth century on an earlier monument is the oldest and one of the most famous in the Viking culture.  It consists of 59 large rocks shaped ellipse located 67 meters long and 19m wide, each rock weighs about 2 tons.

Stenar Ales: megalithic monument in southern Sweden,believed to be sixth century and one of the most famous in the Viking culture. It consists of 59 large rocks and is 67 meters long and 19 meters wide.

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14 Must-Have Experiences in Ireland

The Island of Inishmaan – Galway, Ireland | Atlas Obscura

The Island of Inishmaan

The Island of Inishmaan – Galway, Ireland

The Hidden Signs that mark Britains Ghost Forests --  England's Peak District, where Rotherham does much of his research.  http://www.atlasobscura.com/articles/the-hidden-signs-that-mark-britains-ghost-forests?utm_source=Atlas+Obscura+Daily+Newsletter&utm_campaign=e36fad8c04-Newsletter_12_6_2016&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_f36db9c480-e36fad8c04-63218097&ct=t(Newsletter_12_6_2016)&mc_cid=e36fad8c04&mc_eid=17ddb655fd

The Hidden Signs That Mark Britain's Ghost Forests

Weird tree shapes, specific plants, and other clues help environmental researchers spot where woods once were.

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