Last October I undertook once of the finest road trips in my 31 year history.
Spending a day driving around the Dingle Peninsula was seriously something special! I only wish it had lasted a little longer.
Such is the beauty of Dingle, and the popularity of the popularity of driving it’s peninsula, that my blog post about my own visit to the area –10 reasons why you should road trip the Dingle Peninsula – went semi viral and I was even invited to be a guest of Radio Kerry. It’s not every day those things happen, so I think it was more the destination than my writing and blogging skills.
Whilst my radio voice certainly need work (I have the face for it though), for the past 10 months or so I have never lost sight of a goal I detailed to host Anna Curtain in that interview. That goal being to fly back to Ireland and undertake another spectacular road trip – The Ring of Kerry.
So it may come as no surprise to you that this post is announcing such a trip. Yep, my driving of the Ring of Kerry is soon to become a reality, and I couldn’t be more excited.
Now it’s not often that I ‘announce’ future trips, truth is I rarely know about them far enough in advance to write such posts, but on this occasion I will make an exception because I have a few special partner along for the ride.
No it’s not the mrs. Whilst she is special, and she is coming, it’s another special guest who I would like to announce, and this trip would not have been possible without them.
If you hadn’t already guessed (the clue is in the post title to be fair) I’m delighted to be able to welcome the guys and girls at trivago.co.uk along for the ride.