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Day 2 Drove to marble arch caves and went on hike within a cave and a short boat ride Drove to donegal and ate at the blueberry café Drove to slieve league which had a murderous sheep we were chased by Gave a ride to a guy named Patrick to donegal who apparently is a tourist that likes to bike ...
Since I was a child I have always wanted to go to Africa (not very specific, I know) to work as a medical doctor. Why? I have no idea. I presumed I must have watched a movie or read something inspiring but I honestly can't remember what. To do this I first of all needed to become a doctor. So I did, I got my license in 2012. Obviously there were other reasons for me applying to medschool and clearly I didn't tell anyone on my interview that I secretly wanted to go to Africa to save the ...
... of Killybegs turns out to be fairly close to one of the other natural formations on our Ireland map - Slieve League - the highest sea cliffs in Europe.
The Seaview B&B is really nice and the landlady immediately started the log fire in the communal lounge for us. Mum and Dad went back out into the cold to buy some tea - Sunday night is Pizza night called Tristan. And so it was pizza as the first place that we found was Indian/Fish&Chips/Hamburgers/Kebabs ...
... him my blog link and he is probably reading this - in fact I'm sure he is - so that wouldn't be at all strange. But he was...shh.
I actually dragged myself away from the waves just to get his email. But before we walked up the stupidly steep hill we found this gorgeous blue deep lagoon looking thing. It was actually the ocean still but it was like swimming in heaven. It was so nice! I wish I had my ...
... we waited for the bus.
And I went in to get a business card. And who is standing by the til?
Richie Fitzgerald. Big wave surf legend.
Owner of the place I just got my lesson from.
I got talking to him, and about the waves I got.
And it was only walking back to the café that I realised it.
It may have been six years since my first lesson, but surfing has finally ‘got me’.
And for the life of me, I am never letting it go.
Lisa xo ...