Whether or not you are seeking to armchair journey or you’ve plans to go to Eire, these richly illustrated journals are the proper companions.
Writer and artist Leslie Lee explores the homelands, historical past, and tradition of Eire together with her illustrated travel memoirs. These aren’t conventional journey guides, however are informative, private glimpses into the Celtic world which might be designed to tell vacationers as they head on their journey.
Whereas in Eire you could end up in search of the solutions to many questions – The place are we now? How will we go round a four-lane roundabout? Is that this raincoat waterproof? Leslie’s charming journal entries present important data that can enrich your go to whereas additionally being interwoven with a visible feast of illustrations and hand-drawn maps.
Leslie’s Subject Information to Eire
This pocket-sized field guide is filled with data vacationers to the Emerald Isle will likely be glad to maintain at hand— timelines, tips about announcing Irish, journey packing and driving on the left, and it’s loaded with hand-illustrated charts and maps.
We Are the Land: Eire
If you love Ireland or always wanted to visit, this is a great place to start. Be a part of Leslie on a deep exploration of the historical past and tradition, and an adventuresome romp throughout the panorama seeking her Irish ancestry. Features a helpful appendix of packing ideas, pronunciation, place names maps, timelines, and extra.
The Gap Made by a Waterfall
In this sequel, Leslie settles in Dingle, Co Kerry for the month of November to discover historical websites alongside wild cliffs and bays or learn Irish historical past by the fireplace in her harborside residence after sampling high quality eating places and full of life music-filled pubs. On a later journey, she strikes to the tiny city of Schull in West Cork to seek for data on her maternal ancestry there and to discover this lovely and distant nook of the land.
Six Levels of Latitude, Journey Tales of Scotland and Eire
Leslie weaves insights into historical Celtic historical past, clans, DNA, territories, and whisky distilleries. She recounts her journey touring by the legendary Scottish Highlands, clambering up mountain trails, meandering down one-lane roads, pony trekking the hills, and taking pictures clay skeet on the moors.
You can purchase Leslie Lee’s Irish books, artwork, and gifts on her website here.