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 18, 2015

The Dingle Peninsula with Dovechauffeurdrive chauffeurdriven vacations.

Today we made our way to the Dingle Peninsula in glorious sunshine. What wonderful weather we are having for our tour. Our first stop off was the Killarney golf and fishing club on the shores of the renowned Lakes of Killarney, where the men and Beth are playing a round of golf tomorrow. In the picture above, we have, from the left, Beth, Becky, Loretta, George and Tim.
Tim looks like he is getting serious about this game tomorrow as he surveys the putting green.
Having moved on from the golf club, and our next stop was at the fabulous beach at Inch on the Dingle peninsula.
Loretta, all smiles as always, looks very happy in the warm sunshine, with the green patchwork fields in the background, while below we have Becky looking really lovely also, and obviously well pleased with everything as well.




Dingle is famous for its ancient beehive huts, ancient dwellings once inhabited by the farmers, fishermen and monks of old. These particular ones are located near Slea head at the western tip of the peninsula, on the land of my dear friend Maura Houlihan. The picture below was taken inside Maura's house, with the lovely Maura, seated. Make sure to give Maura a call and enjoy her wonderful selection of  unique beehive huts.

My happy group pictured with the beehive huts in the background.

We finally made our way back to Dingle where we made our way to Harrington's fish restaurant where we hungrily tucked in to a wonderful feed of battered cod and home made chips. (french fries)
Our final stop off was high in the mountains at the Conor Pass, from where the views of both sides of the peninsula are spectacular.
Then it was on again and back once more to Killarney, where we are staying once again tonight.
Another great day, and if my new pals are having as good a time as me, then they are well pleased.
More tomorrow as the men and Beth challenge the golf course, and Becky and Mom Loretta visit Muckross House and gardens in Killarney.
If you want to know more about our tours, just drop us a line, and we will take it from there.
The Ryan's send their regards to all their pals and family back home.

Regards from me also

Dave