Relax and see Ireland with Dove Chauffeur Drive
Executive chauffeurdriven vacations in Ireland with Dave Hogan and Dovechauffeurdrive
For your own especially designed Tour of the Republic of Ireland/West and South west

Wednesday, September 11, 2019

Wurms to Killarney with Dovechauffeurdrive and Dave Hogan

This morning we left Kinvara as we began another leg of our Wild Western Way and set out for the town of Killarney in County Kerry. Our first stop off was the beautiful town of Adare,often voted Ireland's most lovely small town.Here we have Rita and Scott pictured together outside the magnificent Trinitarian Abbey in Adare.
 The main street in Adare.
High in the Kerry mountains at Mols Gap.
 Together here at Ladies View, with the lakes of Killarney in the background. When Queen Victoria stood here in the mid eighteen hundreds with her handmaidens, she proclaimed this view to be the most beautiful in her kingdom.
 Everything looks well here at Ladies View, even me.
 Then it was a visit to the ever popular Torc Waterfall, with a local musician entertaining the tourists.
 Pictured together at Torc Waterfall. This is a nice place to take a stroll through the local area, if you like your walks.
Are these two Leprechauns hiding in the trees. Noooo silly, it's only Scott and Rita.
Our third day together ended with a visit to the famous Muckross House and gardens, where Queen Victoria stayed during her brief visit to Killarney, which ended abruptly when her husband Albert suddenly fell ill, and they had to depart rapidly for England, an illness from which he never recovered.

Wurms on Wild Atlantic Way tour with Dave Hogan and Dovechauffeurdrive

The Wurms arrived in Galway on the 6th Sept to begin their tour of the Wild Atlantic Way with me, and from the word go, i knew that this was going to be a really lovely couple to spend the next eight days with. They were just so friendly, and obviously happy to be here. They were staying in Galway on this their first night, and after getting them booked into their Connacht Hotel, i took them on a tour of this wonderful Anglo Norman town. After getting their bearings, they were happy to be left to explore the town on their own.
Day 2  September 7th.
Todaywe were off to the magical Burren of County Clare and the mighty Cliffs of Moher.
Passing through the town of Lisdoonvarna, that town famous for its Matchmakers, professionals who for centuries have assisted people in finding their ideal life partner. This happened especially in the month of September after the farmers had finished their harvest, and congregated in the town of Lisdoonvarna,  the ladies likewise, seeking a partner, would also gather, and with the assistance of the matchmakers, would find the love of their life.
What about this loving couple, happily together on the dance floor in the matchmaker bar i n the middle of the day. It could only happen in Ireland. The place was in full swing.That's my Rita and Scott, obviously happy with the partner they already have.

When the music stopped, we were on our way again to the Cliffs , stopping off at St Bridgid's Holy Well, a place dedicated to our wonderful St Brigid who is our patroness, with Patrick being our patron saint.The weather was perfect for our visit to the cliffs, as you can see here in this lovely photo.
 Later we returned to their Guest House in the town of Kinvara, where tonight they celebrated their Medieval Banquet in the ancient Dun Guaire Castle, which is situated on the shores of Galway Bay.They really enjoyed their banquet, before retiring to their accommodation in the center of this so popular small harbour town.


What a great start this day was for our first day together, a day enjoyed by all. Thank you guys.