Sunday, October 17, 2010

Travelahawk Beach

This Wicklow Town Heritage Trail plaque directs us to Travelahawk Beach and explains the legend of how the Gaelic name for Wicklow, Cill Mhantain, may have had it's origins. Click on the picture above for a larger view.

Anyway, we're down on the beach, which, incidentally, provides us with a great view of the Black Castle ruins covered in an earlier post, and it's all of 100 metres long!  But so what?  It's quiet, tranquil and this lady seems to enjoy it and is obviously a regular visitor.

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