Above we have them pictured enjoying a great breakfast in the Killarney Plaza Hotel which is one of my own personal favourites.
They were all fit and happy when i met up with them this morning and very pleased with everything so far. I know that Dingle will not disappoint them. I am sure that when we meet up later that they will have much to relate to me about their Dingle adventure.
Today i myself will be mostly in Killarney as my party have to attend a wedding here. Later they will be travelling to Tralee to the wedding breakfast. This is their first experience of an Irish wedding and i think that they are in for a surprise. The expected wedding breakfast group is in the region of 300 people. I would imagine that the barmen will be quiet busy.
Update on Chuck and Gerry's tour.
This morning, (Wednesday), i collected Chuck and Gerry at Adare Manor,(pictured above) where they had stayed overnight. This is a magnificent hotel located in the famous and historical town of Adare. Below are some of the pictures i took here today.
Now we were on our way to the magical "Gap of Dunloe". This is a mountain gorge which was created by a giant glacier during the ice age, which carved its way through the Kerry mountains. The road is not for inexperienced drivers and none other than people who live in the Gap area are welcome to drive here. These are narrow dangerous roads, and navigated mainly by the horse drawn carriages which take you on a wonderful journey up through the mountains and down to the lakes of Killarney, from where you can take a boat ride down through the lakes of Killarney and back to the town at Ross castle.