Celtic Mistletoe Lore: Five days after the first new moon following the winter solstice, Druid priests cut mistletoe with a golden sickle from a special oak tree and had to catch the mistletoe before it hit ground. The plant was distributed among the people to hang over their doors for protection against evil in the coming year.
The Untouched Algarve: Walk And Cycle Along An Unseen Side Of Portugal's South Coast
The Untouched Algarve: Walk And Cycle Along An Unseen Side Of Portugal's South Coast | Via Yahoo Lifestyle | 20/04/2015 For decades a quintessential Mediterranean beach holiday destination, Portugal's Algarve is now forging a new reputation as a walking and cycling hotspot Photo: Rugged: The memorable rocky paths of the Ponta da Piedade. (Yahoo/Chris Parsons)