These Celtic travel guides are essential for a trip to Ireland
Whether you’re looking to travel in a wheelchair or planning to visit Ireland, these lavishly illustrated journals are the perfect companion.
Author and artist Leslie Lee explores Ireland’s homeland, history and culture with her illustrated travel memories. These are not traditional travel guides, but informative and personal glimpses into the Celtic world designed to inform travelers as they adventure.
While in Ireland you may find yourself looking for the answers to many questions – Where are we now? How do you get around a four-lane roundabout? Is this raincoat waterproof? Leslie’s Charming Diary the entrances provide essential information that will enrich your visit while interwoven with a visual feast of hand-drawn illustrations and maps.
Leslie’s Field Guide to Ireland
This pocket field guide is packed with information that travelers to the Emerald Isle will be happy to keep close at hand: timelines, tips for pronouncing Irish, packing and driving on the left, and it’s packed with charts and maps hand illustrated.
We are the land: Ireland
If you love Ireland or have always wanted to visit this is a great place to start. Join Leslie on an in-depth exploration of history and culture, and an adventurous adventure across the landscape in search of her Irish ancestry. Includes a helpful appendix of packing tips, pronunciation, place name maps, timelines, and more.
The hole made by a waterfall
In this sequel, Leslie moves to Dingle, County Kerry, during November to explore ancient sites along cliffs and wild bays or read Irish history by the fire in her harborside flat after having sampled great restaurants and lively pubs filled with music. On a later trip, she moved to the small town of Schull in West Cork to seek information about her maternal ancestry there and to explore this beautiful and remote corner of the earth.
Six degrees of latitude, travelogues from Scotland and Ireland
Leslie weaves insight into ancient Celtic history, clans, DNA, territories and whiskey distilleries. She tells her story traveling through the legendary Scottish Highlands, climbing mountain trails, hurtling down single lane roads, pony trekking in the hills and clay skeet shooting in the moors.