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Topic: surfing and working
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Topic: surfing and working
Views: 1253 Replies: 5

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PABLO

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Ireland Ireland

 

 

surfing and working

i've been 2 weeks in ireland for surfing las summer and now i would like to go to sligo area to surfing and working and improuve my english. I'm spanish, i've got an university degree of physiscs but i'm looking for diferent kind of job. do you know where can i work? or do you have any idea?
thank you



By:

pablo

RE: surfing and working

sorry man but i was in my own around ireland, why that?. now, i´m looking for a job like waiter or similar, starting in june, or may be more qualifyed.

By:

mark

RE: surfing and working

if your looking to work in a surf school, then get in touch with donegal adventure centre.  its only half an hour's drive away from sligo,  its in bundoran, really nice surf there!!

you can surf and get paid for, its the businnes!!



By:

Irie

RE: surfing and working

I want to get Irie and go surfing in Irieland!!

By:

Harry

RE: surfing and working

You'll need a bloody well paid job to stay in Ireland any more than a week....the place is a rip-off!

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