Download our app to your android box (donations needed!)

We have been doing some fundraising recently and are planning on releasing a gallery app which will have photos taken from around the world on our gallery uploaded to the app. This will be available in android only for the moment as the development for an IOS app was proving much more expensive and as we are a non commercial site we thought we would wait a while until we hopefully get some donations (hint hint). To make a donation you can send money to our paypal using the email paypal@sustourism.ie. Anything at all will be appreciated.

We are also going to raffle an android box that we were given as a gift but it is a bit too tech for us but it was kind of www.androidtvaustralia.com to give us the box. To be in with a chance send us a donation and at the end of March we will make a post and give whoever we pick out an android box.

Our Visit To Glendalough Wicklow

We recently visit one of our favorite places in Ireland which is Glendalough, WIcklow. This is a very popular spot both here in Ireland and abroad. It is home to one of the most famous monastic sites in Ireland which was setup both the Christians and founded by Saint Kevin in the 6th century however most buildings seen today at the famous site are from a later period around the 11th century.

It is amazing that there is so much left including the round tower as Glenaloughs position on right on the lake made it a popular spot for Viking attacks in the 11th and 12 Century. Today you can find a visitor centre which has oceans of information about the site as well as a lovely hotel and cafe after you work up a hunger on the 6km around the lake walk.

There is so much to see there including the famous round tower which the monks hid in when attacked by the Vikings. There is also ruins of the cathedral there as well as Saint Kevins Church.

We took several photos but you really have to visit the centre to do it justice as I just took some photos on my refurbished iPhone that I got from apple refurbs but it will give you an idea of what you can see there: