Tag Archives: Ireland

Daily Photo: Newgrange, Ireland

Newgrange Passage tomb, Ireland


I was bowled over by the Newgrange site. Not just the rock carvings or the way the light illuminates the inner chamber on the winter solstice. No, I was impressed by the fact that even though it was older than Stonehenge at over 5000 years old, it was still weatherproof inside. Now think for a minute of the structures we build today. Will they keep out the Irish rain in 5000 years time?

About John Williams

John Williams looks at travel from a responsible consumer's perspective. He is doesn't accept hosted trips, so don't expect gushing reports of experiences that neither he, you, nor our planet can afford. He, is the first to acknowledge that when it comes to sustainable travel, he has a lot to learn. TravelCrunch is a platform for sharing his learning, but if you have any tips or disagreements feel free to air them in the comments.