Starting in Cork, four guys from Cork took a MINI on a four-day test drive around Ireland. This spectaular promotional video for Keary's MINI was a collaboration between Dog Day Media and Instamedia and has already clocked up over 100,000 views on YouTube. Travelling over 1300 kilometres around Ireland, they stopped in as many places as they could.
Heading west from Mizen Head in Cork, they made their way to Kerry and passed through the Gap of Dunloe, took a dip in the sea to Inch beach, on to Dingle, and took in the breathtaking view of Conor Pass (not to mention the skinny dipping!). Mapping their way up to the Cliffs of Moher, they viewed the magnificence of the cliffs before heading to the city of Galway.
From there, they headed north to Donegal and Ireland's northermost point at Malin Head, onto Dunluce Castle before visiting the Titanic museum in Belfast, also stopping at the famous basalt formations at Giant's Causeway. Risking life and limb, they gingerly stepped across the Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge.
Also included in the trip was a stop at Father Ted's house,, a gig at the Pavilion in Cork, and of course the famed Dublin landmarks of the Guinness Storehouse and the Spire.
They finally meandered their way back down the east of the country, crossing the Rock of Cashel and visiting the Jameson experience in Midleton before kissing the Blarney Stone.
While obviously a great promotional video for Kearny's MINI, this video shows an any potential traveller how much of Ireland and it's sights and attractions can be fitted into such a short trip.