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, September 6, 2016

Dingle on Chauffeurdriven vacation with Dave Hogan and Dovechauffeurdrive

Joanne and Dorothy at Inch beach on the Dingle peninsula. This was a rather misty day, which did not allow for the best visibility, but we did have a lovely day regardless.
A patchwork hillside near Dingle town, and a lovely photo of Dorothy.
Dingle is famous for its ancient beehive huts, and here we have the two ladies, posing inside the entrance to one of them near Slea Head. Unfortunately, many of them have been damaged, due to people removing the rounded roof stones to build other structures.
This was a real treat for the ladies, the holding of this lovely four week old lamb near Slea Head. The guy, with the same hair colour as the lamb, is yours truly.
Now Dorothy is getting up close and familiar with the lamb, in another lovely photo.
Here we see the ladies, inside one of the Beehive huts.In the photo below we have the ladies enjoying the message on this multi coloured van.
Another lovely picture of Joanne, sitting on the wall near Slea Head, with the misty haze, adding to the beauty of this wonderful place.
These two guys are obviously locals, and look like they are waiting for somebody inside the house to bring them their breakfast.
The Celtic Steps Show in Killarney is a feast of the best of Irish dance and music, and that was where the day ended for us last night.
Waiting patiently for the show to commence. This is a show well worth attending, and is held in the auditorium at the Killarney racecourse, and really lovely venue in a magnificent setting.

To finish off my Blog today, what better way than with this really lovely picture of Joanne with her pet lamb. She could have brought her home with her.