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

Friday, June 20, 2014

Chauffeurdriven tours of Dingle and Killarney

Today was our day on the Dingle peninsula. Here we have Paul and Nancy on the beautiful beach at Inch.
They talked me into standing in for this photo. It worked out well as i am getting a lot of enquiries since i posted it. Obviously it must be my legs.
The beehive huts are always a huge attraction, and here we have my happy pals posing outside one near Slea Head.

Sitting on the wall at Slea head with the Blasket islands in the background. What a lovely people.





This particular island just offshore at Slea head is known as the "Sleeping Giant". Easy to see why.
Another beautiful picture, close to Slea Head. The three peaks in the background are known as "The Three Sisters".

Happy and smiling after having enjoyed a feed of Calamari and chips (French Fries) in Harrington's on the harbour front in Dingle.




Has Nancy found a new man? Actually, not so. On returning to Killarney after touring Dingle they spent time at Muckross House in Killarney, where they toured the farms and the lovely gardens.

Here we have Paul and Nancy, with Muckross House in the background.




Well Paul does have a farming background, and i think he just wanted to have this photo to show his Dad back home how he is staying in touch with the business.

As you can see here, Nancy is not about to be outdone. I think she is thinking in terms of a dairy farm back home.

Obviously this means time to be spent back at school.


That teacher looks familiar. The script on the masters desk is of course in Irish, and translated means
"Praise the youth and they will follow"
Nice one Paul.


 And finally today, all that stands between these fine cattle and all my pals in the USA, is some three
thousand miles of Atlantic waters. No wonder our beef is so good. These guys are fed on natural green grass and the finest of fresh air. Eat your hearts out.