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Hi Mícheál,

Thank you so very much for all your courtesy, generosity, helpfulness and attention to detail. It was one of the best organised events I have ever attended. Very special thanks for organising Tom as our ‘chauffeur/tour guide’ on the return journey to Killarney. He went way beyond the call of duty and provided ‘Icing’ on the whole pilgrimage ‘cake’.

Love, Joy and Blessings
Mari Anne

A Mhichíl, a chara, Tá súil agam go bhfuil tú i mbarr na sláinte agus gur éirigh go geal libh inniu chomh maith. Bhí lá iontach agam inné agus ba mhaith liom mo fhíorbhuíochas a ghabháil leat as ucht na hoibre a rinne tú chun an t-oilirtheacht iontach a chur i gcrích. D’éirigh thar barr leis agus bhí gach duine lán t-sásta le gach gné den turas go dtí an Sceilig. Comhghairdeas.

le meas,
Daithí

It was a highlight for me as I have wanted to go the Sceilig Mhichil for at least 10 years and my wish was realised. I enjoyed the group and Patrick, Sean and Noirin were wonderful. Each and every individual, contributing hugely to the unique experience. I enjoyed the second day equally; funny moments, the passion of Sean, the observation and wit of Patrick and the ability of Noirin to make anybody feel they can lift their heart and sing out loud.

many blessings,
Geraldine

A Quote from Gilles, about our Cultural Tours of Ireland

I have been on a pilgrimage to the rock off the south west coast of kerry – Skellig Michael. You may not be very taken by pilgrimage, but it is possibly the only ‘growth sector’ of religious activity at the moment, now that the ‘new age’ spiritualities are rapidly fading or assimilating to mainstream culture. what image does the word ‘pilgrimage’ bring to your mind ? parish worthies piling off the bus in a damp car park at knock – shuffling off in search of a cup of tea ? this was different. firstly there are nine miles of sea to cross – and the sea is the open Atlantic.