Executive chauffeurdriven vacations in Ireland
Our lovely spell of fine weather has continued, and long may it last. I recently commented on how Global warming seems to have been benefiting Ireland. Our Winter was really nice, with no severe weather at all, no real snow or frost, and no heavy rain, resulting in the flooding we have had in the not too distant past. This year has been really kind to us so far. In recent times we have had quiet a lot of lovely sunshine. Ireland is not a country to come to if you are looking for a suntan. We do get the occasional heat wave, but generally, when the sun shines here, and it does quiet a lot more than we get credit for, it is never too hot, and the air is so fresh. The days are long with daylight lasting up to 11:00pm, and the sun rises not too long after 4:00am. Give me Irish weather anytime. Our rain comes mainly in the form of showers, so if you are coming our way, just pack light rainwear and a sweater or two for the cool evenings. Smart casual is more than acceptable anywhere, so pack light, and make life easy for yourself.
The lovely Kathleen, seated on a rock, and enjoying the sunshine, and the fresh air, at Ladies View, high in the mountains on the Ring of Kerry.
Here we have the Rock of Cashel, once upon a time the seat of the High Kings of Munster. As you can see, they are working on renovations and restoration work, which does spoil the view a little.
Kinsale is one of the most popular tourist attractions on the south coast, and the magnificent fort there is well worth a visit. Kinsale is also known as the gourmet capital of Ireland.
Well, everybody has heard of the Blarney Castle, and here we have another group of my pals, posing, with this impressive castle in the background. Kissing the Blarney stone is a must for many travelers.
My pals, once again, posing with the lovely lakes, and mountains of Killarney in the background.
" One man and his goat. ", and what a magnificent goat he is. I took this picture in Waterville on the Ring of Kerry.
Dun Guaire is possibly the most photographed castle in Ireland, as it stands on the roadside outside Kinvara, between Galway City and the Cliffs of Moher. They host medieval banquets there, and these can be most enjoyable, if you want a taste of the Olden, Golden days.
Why not send me a message and we can take it from there. you cannot but love Ireland.