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Travel Blogs from Enniskillen
... hitchhike down the rocky road to Dublin, let's hope i survive!
My lyrics are awesome ey??
But I jinxed myself.
The bus got caught in a Traffic jam for 2 hours, I felt sick to the point of throwing up and had to ask someone for more water, got sunburnt on my bum (well above my bum) because i didn't realise my top was pulling up and got heatstroke.
So no-one can tell me I haven't done the Rocky Road to Dublin. No-one.
... Then I met Grace and Laura.
Two lovely Irish girls I began talking to.
I had a couple beers with them and then went into town.
Somehow I ended up in a car and got scared (I was with them still) and so I only had one drink at the pub and walked home.
But on the upside, one of them knew Keith Harkin! One step closer in my six degrees of separation.
... because he couldn't see.
Did I mention that they are amazing surfers? Did I also mention that although I am not a great surfer I managed to keep up.
Paddling wise and also just went out a bit further. When I wasn't faceplanting a wave or falling of my board from lying down....so basically when I wasn't surfing, I felt quite good!
So yeah, good night! And goodnight!
Lisa xo ...
... base of Killybegs. There were a lot of very large trawlers moored in the port. Perhaps it’s not the right season to be out fishing. Then we came to the high cliffs and dramatic coast line of 'Slieve League’. We drove up as far as we could and on a lovely sunny afternoon we walked up along the path climbing to the top of the cliffs and got some great views. My humans enjoyed an ice-cream too as it was so lovely and warm: We have had about 3 days ...
... it was fun before that ride.
That ride changed me.
I had a bit of help getting going because I didn’t know how to judge this type of break, but once I was up.
Once I was up, I understood why people love surfing.
I won’t ever forget how free and on-top-of-the-world I felt standing up and looking out at nothing but blue shiny, unbroken water. Water that hadn’t been touched by the power of the wave yet.
It was like gliding on glass! ...