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RE: Surfers in Dublin?« on: August 04 2007 03:08:00 »
Hey Graham!I am a brazilian girl and i would like to learn to surf i always wanted to do in brazil but never had the chance now i will give it a go and try to learn this amazing sport that always cot my soul..do you know anyone that would teach me?
RE: Surfers in Dublin?« Reply #1 on: August 04 2007 04:08:00 »
I am trying to find some surfers in dublin to join in I am a begginer and dont wanna go on my own could i go with you?
RE: Surfers in Dublin?« Reply #2 on: September 07 2007 19:09:00 »
Hey I'm studying in Dublin. Originally from California. Living with the auld grand da now though, wha? Im scouring the populace for surfing partners, i.e. someone with a car who can get us to the spots. Thinking about getting a car myself but insurance is mad expensive. Anybody looking for company in the line up? ps i suck
RE: Surfers in Dublin?« Reply #3 on: September 07 2007 19:09:00 »
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RE: Surfers in Dublin?« Reply #4 on: September 10 2007 09:09:00 »
I would like to break your nose john, u pissing me off...don't come back here again..there will be trouble!
RE: Surfers in Dublin?« Reply #5 on: September 11 2007 12:09:00 »
Im from the basque country, i use to get wet in sopelana, bakio and even sometimes in mundaka if the sweel is not too big.I like going to hossegor and seignosse too.My question is...can anybody tell me some irish spots?I have friends in east ireland, greistones,but they dont practise this great sport.i go there every year and know i would like to get wet in the cold irish waters and hunt all the waves i can.
good luck searching!!maybe we'll see in the water!!Bye and thank u very much!!
RE: Surfers in Dublin?« Reply #6 on: September 26 2007 10:09:00 »
u could go to lahinch in co.clare the surf there is amazing!!!!!!!!!!!
RE: Surfers in Dublin?« Reply #7 on: October 27 2007 11:10:00 »
Im a Dub and i have been surfing for years bellend, so shut it!!!
RE: Surfers in Dublin?« Reply #8 on: November 10 2007 10:11:00 »
trim is inland no coast...but a good starting point for a trip west beat the dublin traffic. head for sligo...bout a 2 hour drive. most consistent swell and wind conditions in ireland. variety of breaks for all levels. easky for experts strandhill for beginners. aughris works well if the swell is too big elsewhere.
RE: Surfers in Dublin?« Reply #9 on: January 05 2008 05:01:00 »
Are you still surfing in Dublin, or what's the story ?