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

Saturday, May 28, 2016

Dingle Peninsula on Chauffeurdriven Tour with Dove chauffeurdrive and Dave Hogan

A man of leisure, sitting in the lovely morning sun by the lakes of Killarney, while Katie gets some more souvenir photos.
Katie and Kevin, posing by the lakes.

Here we have Katie, Kevin, and Barbara, adding some more beauty, for another lovely picture.
Denny is off again, he really does go on the prowl for his own range of pictures. I think that he may be setting up his own Blog to compete with mine.
Kevin and Katie, on Inch beach on the Dingle peninsula. This beach featured in the movie, "Ryan's Daughter".
The full group, all together once again, with Dingle Bay, and the mountains of "The Ring of Kerry" in the background.
Kevin could not resist the temptation to test the waters. Most visitors find it hard to believe that our waters are really lovely to swim in. We are blessed to have the Gulf Stream on our western seaboard and that makes all the difference. Do not be afraid to bring your swimsuit to Ireland.
What a lovely picture. The green fields, the yellow gorse, and, of course, the lovely Barbara.
Now this is a prize winning photo, Katie, with this gorgeous new born lamb, on a farm close to Slea Head, on the Dingle peninsula.That takes beating.
The scene from Slea Head at the tip of the Dingle peninsula, another scene which appears in "Ryan's Daughter".
Katie and Kevin, sitting on the wall at Slea Head, with the Blasket Islands in the background. Remember, if you are coming to Ireland, to bring your suntan lotion. No, it does not always rain in Ireland, that is just an English rumour to try to steal some of our tourists.
Barbara and Denny, in this really lovely photo at Slea Head.
A long range view along the western coastline close to Ballyferriter, beyond Slea Head.

This was a spectacular day,and one enjoyed by all. Ireland undoubtedly is unique. Come and see for yourself.
Saturday, we are off to the south and the historic town of Kinsale.

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