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

Thursday, July 2, 2015

Killarney,Dingle, and Celtic Steps, with dovechauffeurdrive, and Dave Hogan

Today we went to Dingle, but as the day was wet ,we did not spend very long there. We did enjoy a great feed of battered cod and chips in Harrington's on the harbour front, and i would recommend this place.
Tonight we went to a wonderful show at the Killarney Racecourse auditorium, and i would have to say that it made our day.The show was "Celtic Steps" and featured superb dancers, singers, and musicians. The place was packed, as you can see from the photo above, so make sure to book this show in advance, if you are coming to Killarney. This show is set to run through the full Summer.

Some of the Celtic Steps dancers in action.
Not only are they beautiful, but the extremely talented O'Neill sisters sang for us this evening. They are just superb.
More wonderful team dancing from the cast.
I just had to take a picture of the most important little man at the show this evening, the two month old baby Cameron with his Mom and Dad, and his very proud little sister, Caoimhe. (a very Irish name,pronounced Queevah). I took this picture before the show.
I took this picture after the show, and Cameron and Caoimhe were still wide awake, and as good as gold. Caoimhe was also very proud to tell me that she is an Irish dancer also, and she even did a few steps for me.

Here we have Edie,Bill, Christie, and Brianna, on the roadside on the Dingle peninsula earlier today.


Many people are unaware that the Gulf Stream runs along the west coast of Ireland and our waters here are warm and we experience tropical growth in these areas. In the picture above you can see the palm trees and some of the many wonderful lush wild flowers that decorate this peninsula.
Bill, Christie and Brianna, happy and smiling before the rain came.

Well, we are still happy and smiling, but the rain did arrive. It did not stop us from enjoying an ice cream cone though. I even had one myself, but they did force me.
Mike and Brianna, posing for me on the roadside near Inch beach.
This little guy was a real surprise for me, as i had never seen a tiny lizard in Ireland before, and i was not even aware that we had any here. I think that St Patrick may have slipped up, but then i suppose you cannot call these little guys snakes. Mike however was able to identify him, and told me he was a Gecko. Live and learn.

Here we have Brianna, Mike and Edie at Inch beach, a beach which featured in the movie "Ryan's Daughter".
Today was another really great day with a lovely family and the show tonight really topped it off for us.
I hope that you are enjoying our tour.

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