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Kinvara and the Medieval Banquet in Dun Guaire Castle on chauffeurdriven tour with Dave Hogan and Dovechauffeurdrive
Sunday night was a crowning night, in more ways than one, as my friends enjoyed a banquet in the famous old Dunguaire Castle in Kinvara. This provides a great nights entertainment, where you can enjoy a medieval style meal, while being entertained with some lovely singing and poetry. In this picture, we have the Royal steward, in the company of wonderful soprano, Maeve, as they welcomed the guests at a reception, prior to the banquet.
Now we have proceeded to the banqueting hall, where we have John and Linda, seated at the top table, awaiting their coronation, as King and Queen of the banquet.Seated on either side of them we have the right honorable Steve and Barbara Gelling, the Royal pairs attendees.
Here we see Maeve, as she crowns King John, as her Royal Highness Linda awaits her turn. It appears that in Royal circles, the King is still the boss.
Smiling as they receive the acclamation of their loyal band of followers, well, loyal for a while anyway.
Here we have my happy band, pictured as they leave the castle after a great nights entertainment. Looks like it's back to earth for John and Linda.
On Monday we left Kinvara behind as we began our journey to the south, and the town of Killarney.I could not resist taking this picture of Arlene, surrounded by these beautiful wild Irish roses in Adare.
The Ring of Kerry is a wonderful place to visit, and here we have David, standing at the top of the Ring at Mol's Gap. He looks a little like St Patrick, does he not? In the background we have the Kerry mountains and the Gap Of Dunloe, pictured to the left.
Here we have Bob and Barbara, looking very happy in the sunshine, a much nicer day today than the day at the Cliffs.
A nice picture of John with the Black Valley ,and the Black River, down below.
All together at Ladies View, where Queen Victoria stood, with her handmaidens, and proclaimed it to be the most beautiful view in the Kingdom. It really is a must to see, as the rugged mountains, and the beautiful lakes of Killarney make for a magnificent picture.
The weather has picked up again, thank God, so stay with us as we continue our adventure.