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Topic: from Dublin to Bundoran by bus with board(s): is possible?

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from Dublin to Bundoran by bus with board(s): is possible?

« on: March 03 2007 08:03:00 »

Hi all surfers :)
I'm fromitaly and I'd like to enjoy some soul surfing in Ireland.
The cheapest way for me is by Ryanair, but from here I can only get to Dublin. Do you know if there's any coach/bus service which will pick my board too without stealing me too much money?

Maybe I can try to rent or buy one board overthere? I don't know the prices..

Thank you very much in advance for the help and have a nice surf :)



RE: from Dublin to Bundoran by bus with board(s): is possible?

« Reply #1 on: March 15 2007 01:03:00 »

Hey there Dany!
The best thing to do is to get the 'Aircoach' from Dublin Airport to 'Bus Aras'-the main bus station for buses travelling outside of Dublin city or to 'Connolly Train Station' in Dublin city centre. Theyre both really close to each other so if you decide to go by train, its no big deal. Bringing your board is no problem on either. The bus to Bundoran will cost  about 20 euro. Im pretty sure theres no extra charge to put your board in the luggage compartment.

Otherwise, you can get the tarin to Sligo which is about 40 min from from Bundoran.The train is about 30 euro. Sligo has some of the best spots in Ireland too.It might be no harm to check this out...

Ennjoy your trip. Im in India at the moment, Its absolute kayos!
Hope this helps,

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