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Ireland #2888837
12/18/18 07:04 PM
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Travelling to work in London and going to shoot over to Ireland to surf. What is the easiest best beaches to surf over there? Thanks for any help.

Re: Ireland [Re: thelodge] #2890255
12/22/18 11:52 AM
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Can't give you tips on Ireland but don't forget you can hit the southwest uk in a car over a weekend from London.

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12/22/18 04:10 PM
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Lahinch or Bundoran , Great place, the only place where I have traveled for surf where the locals were helpful and friendly.


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