Having a spot of lunch and a latte in the cafe at Cruachan Ai visitor center in Tulsk (no wifi last night) after a morning spent at Rath Croagan and the Morrigan's cave (note: spell check and corrections later). The Cave is a natural fissure in limestone to which someone in about the 6th century built a roofed souterraine entrance. The entrance is low, but the main cave is at least 6 metres high in the largest section. All of it is very muddy, and now so are we, or at least our rain gear. On the bonus side, it's stopped raining and is very nice now.
Didn't take any pictures this time, but here's one from our previous visit:
On with the tour!
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