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Travel Blogs from Sligo
... for lunch at Galway this is a busy city with cobblestone streets , many shops, cafés, buskers & bars. After lunch we drove to Knock with its modern cathedral and finally to Sligo , excursion tonight to Irish pub for drinks and ...
... on your phone if you think your power might die.
Well then lisa!
I had 30 minutes to get enough charge to get my ticket!
And in those 30 minutes, i found John and Paul! My two buddies from yesterday.
It was good so see them when I didn't look like a tomato pineapple cross.
And then, my onwards journey began!
And just for you, i have re-written the first verse and chorus of Rocky Road to Dublin ...
I was up early today because it was too warm to stay in my tent.
And back out on the waves I went again.
This time with no booties.
And boy was I actually going ok then! Clearly I wasn't made to use booties.
It was quite nice out there actually. But soooo mannnyyyy peopleeeees.
As in you either learnt to turn asap or knocked someones head ...
The thing I seriously love about travelling on my own is the freedom to pack up and go where I want at the drop of a hat. Which is precisely what I did today.
The other day when I was out surfing, I really noticed how much I missed it, and vowed never to spend so long away from the ocean again.
So I'm not.
I took a bus from Donegal to Bundoran today, and hired out a board.
... for a walk around the head. And then went to be ready for the wrong surf school before eventually finding the right one.
Seb went and sat in the coffee shop and I went and fell in love with a surfboard that, was I not on the road, I would have brought in an instant. She was beautiful!
We hung around waiting for the surf instructor, and I was getting annoyed that I would have less time in the water…until he walked in.
Blonde surfer dude? I forgive him :) ...