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

Monday, October 24, 2016

The Dingle Peninsula on Chauffeurdriven tour with Dave Hogan - REPOST SEP 19 2016

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To my many followers, especially those involved in these particular three tours.
Due to a computer error, three of my recent tour Posts were deleted from the Blog, and I am now reposting them.

They were the Blog posts for the following tours:

Phil and Barbara Reichart - Sept 13th- Sept 23rd
Dick Shannon - Sept 27th- Oct 6th
Pat Scanlon - Oct 8th- Oct 13th

Please note the dates of these Posts, as they are not being posted on the actual dates that these tours occurred. 

Sincerely, Dave Hogan
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The Dingle Peninsula on Chauffeurdriven tour with Dave Hogan - REPOST SEP 19 2016


This lovely beach on the Dingle peninsula, Inch beach, featured in the movie, "Ryan's Daughter", and the headland in the background is the Iveragh peninsula, better known as the Ring of Kerry. Our weather today was really nice, not an awful lot of sunshine, but lovely fresh air, a real Autumn day. Phil and Barbara look like they are "well and happy" here.


Another lovely picture of my happy pals, with the patchwork quilted hillside in the background.


This small pet lamb was very friendly, and seemed to be well used to a little attention.


The beehive huts on Dingle date back many centuries, and you can see these ones near Slea Head at the tip of the Dingle peninsula.


Sitting on the low wall right at the end of this very special peninsula, with the Blasket Islands off shore in the wild Atlantic.


Smiling for another nice picture, Phil and Barbara at the Conor Pass, with Tralee Bay in the background.


These two fellows, or ladies, having a relaxing lie down on the roadside as we descend from the Conor Pass this afternoon.

This once again was a really enjoyable day, and tomorrow we move on from Dingle on our way to the harbour town of Kinsale in county Cork.