Irish Fairy Cousins

What you need to know about Fairies who live on the Irish Trails

We are all different, yet all connected through hundreds of years of Fairy Communications!. The very newest trail that has been discovered is unique, insofar as the actual fairies have been identified by name…. AND the houses that they live in can be found!

Last week, over 1,000 folk visited Russborough House in Co. Kildare, and experienced the recently discovered fairy trail on Ladies Island. Little ones, with parents and grandparents were all keen to see what was afoot – and under their feet. Everyone had a great day!

One lucky ‘Spotter’ caught sight of Marigold last week. Marigold lives deeper in the forest and the picture below is actually Isadora’s home. Marigold was just checking things out for Isadora as she is on her Easter Holidays.Marigold

One thing that humans should note is that fairies have magic shadows. Can you see Marigolds’ shadow? If you can catch one you will be very lucky – so keep your eyes peeled!

Everyone needs to know that fairies are delicate creatures and their houses should be treated with respect – as all humans should treat others. If you are lucky enough to visit a visit a Magic Fairy Kingdom, please remember this:)

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Fairies swim in the Wild Atlantic Way

Fairies catch  a ride to visit their cousins.

With the fine weather and lots of sunshine, our fairies have started swimming again in the Wild Atlantic Way. Luckily, it has not been very wild!

Yesterday evening, someone spotted a small fairy leaping off a rock in Parknasilla to catch a fish-ride up the estuary to visit her cousins in Derrynane.
Swimming in the Wild Atlantic Way

It was a long swim , and took over an hour. Just outside Derrynane Harbour, our little friend had a terrible fright when she spotted a HUGE fin jutting out of the water. Never in her life had she been so afraid. However it was not  anything to be scared of because it turned out to be a friendly basking shark

Basking shark  near Derrynane