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A Tour operator from Cork received what must be one of the best reviews ever, on Tripadvisor
In today’s email:
- More than 5 stars for Cork Tour Operator
- Things to see and Do in County Cork
- Around the Web – Autumn breakaway: 10 Irish travel deals from €70, Ronan O’Gara Using His Language Skills To Bring French Tourists To Cork, Neolithic house discovered along route of proposed motorway in Cork and more..
- From Social Media – Lough Finn, County Donegal
- Irish Food You Will Love – Ireland’s Yellow Meal Griddle Bread
- The Craic – Cork woman’s hilarious reaction to slingshot ride: VIDEO
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Derek O’Keeffe Day Tours Receives Rave Review for Exemplary Irish Experience
An enthusiastic review posted this week on TripAdvisor has spotlighted the burgeoning reputation of Derek O’Keeffe Day Tours, particularly for their tour covering Blarney Castle, Jameson Distillery, and Cobh.
The reviewer embarked on this journey with a close family member and the duo was particularly taken with the personal touch and expertise of their guide, Derek O’Keeffe.
Notably, the reviewer highlighted that the tour exceeded their initial expectations. While the chosen destinations of Blarney Castle, Jameson Distillery, and Cobh are renowned attractions in their own right, it was O’Keeffe’s unique insights and personalized approach that set this experience apart.
Among the standout moments mentioned was a spontaneous detour to a Native American monument—a testament to O’Keeffe’s flexibility and commitment to providing an enriching experience. Additionally, a personal walk-through of the University College Cork (UCC) campus, intertwined with O’Keeffe’s own memories of his time there, was particularly memorable for the reviewer.
O’Keeffe’s willingness to adapt the tour based on available time and client interests demonstrates a level of dedication that often distinguishes smaller, private tours from larger commercial operations.
The glowing review ends with a powerful endorsement, suggesting that a mere five-star rating does not adequately encompass the depth, wisdom, and unforgettable experiences that Derek O’Keeffe Day Tours offers. Such testimonials can only bode well for the future of this burgeoning enterprise.
County Cork covers much of Ireland’s southwest.
Its capital, Cork, is known for St. Fin Barre’s Cathedral, a neo-Gothic structure with tall spires and stained-glass windows. Across the River Lee is the castle-like Cork City Gaol, built in the 19th century.
Northwest of Cork is the 15th-century Blarney Castle, home to the Blarney Stone, which is said to give the “gift of the gab”, or eloquence, to those who kiss it.
Around the Web
GREEN PARTY MEPs have welcomed a new ‘SailRail’ route that will combine a ferry and train ticket for travellers going to France from Ireland.
Everyone saying the same thing about Irish swim spot with crystal clear waters – it looks just like the ‘…
PEOPLE are sent in a frenzy over Ireland’s beautiful swim spot with crystal clear water – it almost looks like the “Maldives”.
Autumn sees some welcome relief from the peak hotel rates which soared to new heights this summer.
An annual charity walking event in Donegal is fast becoming one of the best ways to explore one of Ireland’s most beautiful counties.
Are you watching the rugby this weekend, thinking, ‘Ooh… France is so close. Ireland could go far.
Venturing beyond the main tourist attractions in Belfast can reveal a city rich with unique history, vibrant culture, and unexpected treasures.
Having become fluent in French since his move to the country, Ronan O’Gara is now using his skills to bring tourists from France to his home county of Cork.
From Social Media
Credit (twitter) – @Meadowsweet_Irl
Irish Food You Will Love
A staple of Irish cuisine, yellow meal – or cornmeal – is used to make a variety of dishes, including a crisp and buttery flatbread
Cork woman’s hilarious reaction to slingshot ride: VIDEO
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