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, July 4, 2014

Chauffeurdriven tour of Dingle with Carolyn Osborne July 20144

Our weather was not the best this morning as we made our way to the Dingle peninsula. The lovely beach at Inch was almost deserted, as you can see in the picture above.
Carolyn was fascinated by the patchwork quilt-like fields, and had to get a picture of them.
Another nice picture of the same area with Gavin looking well and dressed for the weather.
Carolyn and Gavin at the ancient beehive huts near Slea Head.


I was glad that this guy was behind a secure gate.



Carolyn had to crouch down so far coming out of this beehive hut that Gavin felt that it must have been occupied by Leprechauns.
I am beginning to think that i may need a tracking device for Carolyn. She is happiest when she is wandering off exploring the countryside. Who could blame her. There is so much to see.
Carolyn and Gavin sitting on the wall at Slea Head,
The Kerry cow is a unique breed. They are all black with lovely shiny silk black coats





Muckross Abbey is located in Muckross park. It was founded by the Franciscans in the fifteenth century, and is well worth a visit, if you get to Killarney.


The inside of the church.


Carolyn with the old abbey and cemetery in the background.
A lovely picture of Carolyn with the lake in the background.
The sun was setting behind the Kerry mountains when i took this picture of Carolyn this evening.
Our day ended at Torc Waterfall, and what a nice place to end any day.