A world of people who long to reach out to Ireland.
People like you, who feel the land's song calling you here. Who long to set foot on Irish soil. So many people who want to come home, need to connect out to Ireland.
But the only resources you can find are... not Irish.
What is available is published or offered or written by people who may never even have walked the land of Ireland themselves.
And you want something right, something real.
Quite Simply: Facilitating Real Connection to Ireland is What My Work is All About.
Then he knocked on the doors of small stone cottages. He walked the muddy grass tracks. He sat by the smoky turf fires.
Douglas Hyde drank whiskey and smoked tobacco with the old men and women of Ireland.
And he talked. And he listened. And he wrote the stories he was told - just as he was told them.
Douglas Hyde collected these Irish Gaelic Folk Stories from beside the fires of my home county Roscommon, in the North West of Ireland.
I want to share them with you. Translated into the new language, the digital age, in function - but not in form. In form and structure and metre they remain as they ever were.
Irish stories told true.
Do you want to share them now, and connect to Hyde's Ireland of long ago?
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