Ireland’s breathtaking Dingle Peninsula was reportedly once cited by National Geographic as being “the most beautiful place on earth” and has been voted among the top 100 destinations in the world by Trip Advisor. After visiting there myself, I would like to add additional praise. I have never been to a place that offered greater photoremedy.
By the time Mary and I pulled into the enchanting town of Killarney, we were having a hard time rising to the challenge of driving both the Ring of Kerry and the Dingle Peninsula. As it turned out, we weren’t.
Instead, we did something we didn’t think we would be willing to do until one or both of us were unable to drive. We booked day trips on motor coaches operated out of Killarney by Deros Tours. We thought we were twenty years ahead of our time–at least Mary’s–for this means of travel. But, thankfully, we were wrong. It was the way to go in County Kerry, and we are now open to touring this way elsewhere.
Both tours offered extremely comfortable seating, we stopped frequently (which is an absolute necessity for me), we let a more experienced driver navigate the winding roads, our tour guides were incredibly informative with considerable Irish wit and charm, and I was able to enjoy photoremedy while we were both on and out of the coach.
Hopefully, our video slide show does the Dingle Peninsula a tiny bit of justice. If you haven’t seen it yet, sit back, treasure the incredible scenery, turn up the volume, and admire the music of Noriana Kennedy. We met Noriana when she sung at our friends’ unforgettable wedding near Cork at the start of our trip; we all fell in love with her smiling demeanor and considerable musical gifts. If you would like to read more about Noriana, or buy her music, you can visit her website at http://norianakennedy.com/home.cfm.
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Love the photos Greg…National Geographic is calling… 🙂