Mary was awesome. We laughed and talked all day. She quickly surmised what we'd be interested in and planned accordingly. There were plenty of opportunities for bathroom breaks or to pick up a beverage or snack. If you're prone to motion sickness you might want to take precautions because the roads are curvy on steroids.
We saw so much of the Dingle Peninsula: Inch Beach, the coastline, the Skellig Islands (Star Wars tie-in), Sleeping Man Island, Blasket Island, Slea Head Drive (which is not for the faint of heart), many beehive dwellings, ring dwellings, churches, Observatory, more cliffs, more beaches, a golf course, Dingle town for lunch (Fish Box has the most amazing seafood chowder), Connor's Pass and then some teeny tiny road that only farmers and sheep go on apparently (wind whistling through the Irish heather and grass is magical). She never rushed us and moved on if we were only mildly interested in something.
Mary managed to arrange a rainbow, a sheep crossing and thrilling narrow driving conundrums to make it extra special.
It's a lot more than a bus tour, but was worth it because she personalized it just for us...one of those once-in-a-lifetime days.