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, July 2, 2018

Silvasy in Dingle July 2018

 Today was our day on the fabulous Dingle peninsula, and here are my party at Inch beach, posing in glorious sunshine once again.From the left we have, Kristen, Anne-Marie Snr, Lauren, Jack, Anne-Marie Jnr, Jeff, and Erin.
 Jack and Anne-Marie Snr in this lovely setting, with the partchwork quilt like fields in the background.
 Jeff and Anne-Marie in the same place.
 A visit to the ancient dwellings, the beehive huts, is a must when in Dingle.
Kristen and Erin cuddling the baby lambs near Slea Head.
Kristen, bottle feeding her baby lamb.

This was indeed a very special day for my group, a day which i know they enjoyed very much.

 On leaving Killarney on Tuesday, we made our way to the Jameson distillery in Midleton, and here we have Jack and Jeff, father and son, outside the distillery.



Then it was to the harbour town of Cove, the port from where the majority of our people emigrated to far off lands, mainly to the USA.
 The first people to register at Ellis Island in 1892 were Annie Moore and her two young brothers, and here we have the full family, sitting at the base of the statue, commemorating the Moore's.
My final picture at the Clayton Hotel on our arrival there yesterday, where we parted company, after what had been a lovely tour, and one which i know my friends had enjoyed. There were many highlights, but none greater than the meeting with their relatives in Kilcreest at the begining of their tour.
My thanks to this lovely family for choosing me to look after them and to show them my beautiful country.
They will always be welcome back again.