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Ireland« on: February 02 2005 08:02:00 »
Not only are some of the best reef breaks found on the west coast but more spots are being discovered every day. Ireland surpasses Cornwall in consistency and cleaner lines. Any information can be obtained from Irish Tourist Board about board hire etc.
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RE: Ireland« Reply #4 on: February 08 2005 04:02:00 »
ya you're like a wise ass and all that ya ya ya
RE: Ireland« Reply #5 on: February 08 2005 09:02:00 »
Try irishsurfer.com for news and information on irish surf, by far the main website from the island itself with tons of info
RE: Ireland« Reply #6 on: February 09 2005 04:02:00 »
just what i was after (sarcasm if you are) i'm gonna try get county clare update to mobile i reckon; internet maybe good enough. cheers.
RE: Ireland« Reply #7 on: February 15 2005 18:02:00 »
im going to ireland for my spring break cuz i got family over there and i want to surf or else it will be really boaring any good surf spots that i wont get killed at
and how cold will the water be that time of year
RE: Ireland« Reply #8 on: February 17 2005 08:02:00 »
Have you considered Northen Ireland? It's been pretty cool up there for the last few weeks. Check out Troggs.com - photo gallery. Enjoy your trip. : )
RE: Ireland« Reply #9 on: April 20 2005 11:04:00 »
Locals are rarely heavy. Miles of coast and nobody on most of it. Very friendly place to surf.