The Blarney castle was another must on our Atlantic Way journey, and a must for my pals, who just had to kiss that famous Blarney Stone.. Despite the fact that there were many others lining up to kiss the stone, Rita and Scott were determined to get the job done, and that they accomplished. This nice picture shows the happy pair with the famous castle in the background.
What a memorable tour this was for me, and i hope for Rita and Scott also.
I am now at the end of what was for me, the busiest year ever in this chauffeurdrive business, and i want to sincerely thank all of the wonderful people who came my way during this past season. I would also sincerely like to thank all of your who sent so many of your friends my way. What would i do without you all. Rest assured that i will always do my best to look after those people you send to me, but most of all i would love to see you yourselves coming back to me once again.
Despite all of the nonsense that has been going on over Brexit, and the uncertainty this has created, rest assured that Ireland is alive and well and looking forward to a bright future with our doors wide open for all our Irish American, and American visitors, and indeed to new friends from all over the world, who i know will continue to come our way. We have survived many years of oppression from invaders, hardship from both outside and internally, famine and emigration, and we will continue to survive, and will be here to welcome strangers from all over the world.
Make sure to contact me if we need information or advice. I will do what i can for you.
Tuesday, October 15, 2019
Wednesday, September 11, 2019
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.