What a perfect day for that magical tour of the Gap of Dunloe in Killarney. This is a journey on an ancient mountain road through the Kerry mountains, a road that was formed by a giant glacier, which cut through the mountains during the ice age.
In the picture above we have from the left, Tom, Jack, the buggy driver, Maureen and Sheryl.
The gap of Dunloe, in the mountains above. As you make this journey, you travel by many glacial lakes.
Jack and Maureen, enjoying the ride. Tom and Sheryl were enjoying a walk at this point.
Nearly there, after a long climb.
While making this journey, there is a snack break at Lord Brandon's Cottage, when you finish your jaunting car ride. There you board your boats, and journey down through the lakes of Killarney. Here we have Tom and Maureen at the entrance to Lord Brandon's cottage.
Jack and Sheryl, at the same place
What a lovely picture of Jack and Sheryl, obviously enjoying this trip.
Looks like Maureen and Tom are also having a great time.
Now the full group.
Sheryl and Maureen, smiling together.Approaching the historic Ross castle, at the end of this epic journey. This is a trip well worth taking, if you ever get to Killarney.
A great day was had by all, and tomorrow we look forward to visiting another one of Ireland's most fascinating and most beautiful of areas, the Dingle peninsula.
Come along, and enjoy.