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, March 14, 2012

Touring Dingle peninsula March 2012

My Adams Party

Pictured at Killarney Golf Club this morning as we set out on our tour of Dingle.

My new pal at Inch Strand on the Dingle peninsula.

Caught in the act....Liam and Siobhan, slightly carried away by the beauty of it all.

Donna enjoying the wonderful fresh air on Inch beach.

Christian ...such a nice happy young man.

My family pictured outside Maura Houlihan's beehive huts near Slea Head on the Dingle peninsula. Note the stone beehive hut in the background.

John Adams at Slea Head, with the Blasket Islands in the background.

Happy together after a wonderful feed of fish and chips, seafood chowder, Calamari etc, in Harrington's restaurant in the heart of Dingle.

A happy John outside the restaurant after eating his fill.
If you make it to Dingle , make sure that you eat at Harrington's where Eileen and her staff will look after you well. Mentioning my name to Eileen will not do any harm. Dingle is a very important fishing port and you will not find fish anywhere that is as fresh as here. The restaurant is on the opposite side of the street from the tourist office right on the harbour front beside the main car park.
Take it from me.....i never recommend anywhere unless i have experienced it first of all and found it of a standard that satisfies me.

A windblown Sue high in the mountains at the Conor Pass.

My full Adams party at the Conor Pass. From the left....Liam, Donna, Siobhan, Erin, Jayci, Christian, John and Lauren.

This was another magical day and one which we all really enjoyed. Once again we are back in Killarney and the ladies have headed for the shops, as ladies do, to grab all the bargains they can find. Killarney is a great town for shopping as well as good food, and the best of entertainment at night.
Ireland is buzzing right now as we have quiet a large number of visitors here in anticipation of the fast approaching St Patrick's day on Saturday. We will be making our way to Dublin on Friday but we still have the Ring of Kerry to enjoy tomorrow before we leave Killarney.
If you are enjoying this tour make sure you come along the whole way with us.

Dave