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

Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Baby and family on chauffeurdriven tour of Killarney and Dingle

Baby Harper, all set for her Dingle tour this morning. Eleven weeks old? Can you believe it?
We managed to take this photo of the family, by the lakes of Killarney, while Harper was having a snooze. From the left, Tim, Nikki, and Chris.
Then it was on to Inch beach on the Dingle peninsula, and Harper was still sleeping peacefully.
A study of a master photographer at work. Watch out for these photos in Time magazine, or maybe, The National Geographic.
I took this photo as we neared Dingle, a fine study of the beauty of the patchwork fields, and the mountains of the Iveragh peninsula, in the distance, beyond Dingle Bay.

Here we have Nikki, and a revived Harper, in Brian De Staic's jewellery factory in Dingle. This is a really special place to visit as De Staic's work is renowned world wide. Mom and baby purchased matching shamrock necklaces.

Dingle is famous for the ancient beehive huts, and here we have the full group outside one near Slea Head.
Chris is seen here with Harper, just checking to see if she would fit in this ancient baby chamber inside one of the beehive huts. Harper did not seem too perturbed by the idea, and she looks like she might even take to it.
Just one of the many fantastic views we enjoyed today, as we made our way around this fantastic peninsula. If you do come to Ireland, put this right up there at the top of your itinerary.

Dingle is a great little town, and a very colorful one at that. It does look lovely here in the beautiful sunshine which we enjoyed today. We also enjoyed a fine feed of fish and chips in Harrington's restaurant, on the harbour front here this afternoon.

Do you want to see Dingle, and travel in comfort? Feel free to contact me, if you do.