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Topic: Surfers/surfing around Galway
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Topic: Surfers/surfing around Galway
Views: 25081 Replies: 40

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cathal

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RE: Surfers/surfing around Galway

Hi, I am from Galway and surf quite often in either Clare/Mayo/Sligo. I have transport so it would be great to have someone to share travel expenses. Drop me a line if you are still around. I have a few female surf friends who also come on trips with us, you'll have fun.

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cathal

RE: Surfers/surfing around Galway

Hi, I am from Galway and surf quite often in either Clare/Mayo/Sligo. I have transport so it would be great to have someone to share travel expenses. Drop me a line if you are still around.

By:

Donncha Foley

RE: Surfers/surfing around Galway

Hi,

Check out www.galwaysurfers.com for info on whats happening in Galway.  We have a nice mix of members both Irish and International, and people are welcome to all events.

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cornbb

RE: Surfers/surfing around Galway

I'm a beginner living in Galway. The nearest spot is Fanore in north Clare, about an hour from the city. Beautiful countryside, nice surf when the swell is right and nowhere near as crowded as Lahinch. Welcome to Galway!

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katia

RE: Surfers/surfing around Galway

Hey! I am a brazilian girl and i would liketo learn to surf could we get together and surf?i dont have any experience and i dont wanna go on my own.



By:

cobra

RE: Surfers/surfing around Galway

Yeah it wont be uncrowded for long with idiots like you broadcasting it over the internet

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joseph

RE: Surfers/surfing around Galway

headed to ireland for a surf trip from dec.1 -dec.9. flying into dublin want to head towards donegal bay (bundoran area perhaps?) does anyone know of the best way to get from dublin to donegal? not sure of the distance but if anyone knows anyone from the dublin area that might be down for a couple of days of good people and surf i'd be more than willing to plan a road trip.....sharing gas ofcourse. any information would help! jmbradley808@gmail.com

take it easy                        joseph

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cairbonara

RE: Surfers/surfing around Galway

hey joseph, you should take the n4 out of dublin and follow the road to sligo (mainly west and north facing spots) and then you take the n15 to cliffony, and once there you should see signs for bundoran...the road is like the r267 or something..have fun

By:

cathal

RE: Surfers/surfing around Galway

Hi katia,
did you find anyone to go surfing with>

By:

Honeybadger

RE: Surfers/surfing around Galway

you mention in one of the spots you so liberally gave away, (on the internet) that it was crowded. I wonder why that is? maybe because of cock knockers like you who post surf spots on websites like this.
I hope you have given up surfing by now because its too cold. if you havent and you do progress to the mental and physical stage, whereby you can actually understand why im pissed off then give yourself a good beating you stupid twat


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