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

Saturday, May 18, 2013

Chauffeurdriven vacations Killarney and Dingle

The Dingle peninsula is one of my own personal touring locations, and that was where we spent today. The weather held up very well for us despite a forecast that was not too good. Irish weather is like that, you could be in sunshine while it might be raining ten miles away. Below you have some lovely pictures from our memorable day. I think that we all had a great time.

I started my day today with a morning stroll in the Killarney National Park right beside my Hotel, the Killarney Plaza. The sun was shining and the air was clean and fresh, as usual in Ireland.

 

Here you see the ladies pictured at Killarney Golf Club with the Kerry mountains and Lough Leane in the background.

I have many clients who are enthusiastic about my tours, but not many that get so carried away that they start to do cartwheels. Well that is exactly what Stef did on this fantastic beach at Inch on the Dingle peninsula. There was a time..........Oooohhh yeaaah


 From the left:  Addie (in her new sweater, purchased in Quills in Killarney) Claire and Stef on the beach at Inch.

Two lovely birds at Slea Head at the head of the peninsula.




Claire at Slea Head with the Blasket Islands in the background.


Here we have Addie seated on a wall at Slea Head with the ruin of an old famine time cottage and the Blasket Islands in the background.

Stef and Addie entering the South Pole Inn in Annascaul on the Dingle Peninsula. This was the home of the famous Tom Crean, the polar expeditioner who accompanied Scott of the Antartic on that final fatal attempt to conquer the South Pole.

Stef inside Tom Crean's pub sitting under Tom's Picture, and displaying his biography, "The Unsung Hero".

Today was a really great day, and one everybody enjoyed. Tomorrow we visit the Ring of Kerry, and Muckross House, where Queen Victoria stayed during her visit to Killarney.