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RE: The wave in Far Shore« Reply #1 on: June 29 2004 12:06:00 »
Tom, I'd love to be able to help you as well, but I hav no idea, maybe som local can help?
RE: The wave in Far Shore (responding to Tom)« Reply #2 on: August 15 2004 13:08:00 »
Hey Tom, I've only been surfing a short while and when I started I went up to Bundoran, Donegal. There's a surf school there called the Donegal Adventure Centre which is pretty good. Plus the surf tends to be more consistent up there than in Tramore. The one piece of advice I'd give you is that the instructors don't volunteer all that much info, but if you ask questions they'll give you plenty of good tips.
RE: The wave in Far Shore« Reply #3 on: August 18 2004 19:08:00 »
whats the average swell like in ireland?
RE: The wave in Far Shore« Reply #4 on: August 18 2004 19:08:00 »
thats unlucky mate, i didnt even know u guys had swell in Ireland. Im from Australia, cronulla to be exact and there is plenty of surf schools here if u blokes ever come over, later my lil lepracorns
RE: The wave in Far Shore« Reply #7 on: April 05 2005 18:04:00 »
Are any of you irish anyways? If not then stop talkng here it pisses me off when i see people in an area of talking wothout even being the rirsh well that racist but not in those words i am 2/3 irish well i am irish and american an other stuff! Irealnd is so cool! I luv my well irish culture! SURFING ROCKS 2!
(Reply to Tom & Cormac)« Reply #9 on: April 06 2005 00:04:00 »
I had lessons with Donegal Adventure Centre also. Ben is the Man! So ask for him. He also gives lessons in Lahinch.