Travel Blogs from Collooney
Another overcast and wet day on the west coast of Ireland. Travelled firstly to the Cliffs of Moher which are high cliffs on the Atlantic coast. Unfortunately visibility was reduced to almost nil. Nextly drove through limestone district of Burren ...
Twas in the merry month of May, from me home (Scotland) it started, left my crew at work nearly broken hearted.
Hugged me Katie dear, kissed me darlin' brother, wiped away the tears, my heart began to flutter.
Then off to see the coast, the place i love the most, livin off beans and toast sitting on my own, camping as i go, learning helps me grow, as you guys would know...on my rocky road to Dubalin...let's hope i survive.
Pack my ...
... they had to pack up.
But 3 of them offered to walk me in to drop my board off! Which not only was so kind but also really helpful as I can't actually carry it under my arm.
We walked into town and dropped of my board and then I went back to help them pack up.
Which was odd because I wanted them to stay but I was helping them leave.
... to bring my foot up. And the booties added on at least an inch.
I left feeling quite annoyed, but there was always tomorrow.
I joined the lads (Peter,Patrick, Arshwin, Oshwin, Fenbar? - I'm not sure how to spell that and Mathew) for dinner.
It was so nice just to have some company, and musical surfy company at that!
We went and played football down on the beach, ...
... what that last wave was.
It was a glass wave. It was the one I had been trying to get all afternoon.
And I did it without help.
Just me, and the board.
And Kean looked very happy when he finally made it up.
We carried the boards back up to the rack, and I got talking to Mr Coach Boy about his studies (music and writing – he’s getting even better!), and how he likes it down at the coast.
We went and had a coffee after that, Seb and ...