The sea is calling

Last night there was the most stunning sunset over one of the most special places in the world. The sea was molten, the surfers coming out of the water glowed

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It wasn’t long after I saw Luc Besson’s biopic ‘The Lady’ about Burma’s Pro-Democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi and I was in the middle of reading a book called

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The Gambler’s Ballet is a story of my experiences traveling through Cuba searching for waves and some of the amazing people we met along the way. What it’s like to

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After 2 cancelled flights, a near bus crash, delayed train, icy roads, a slippy walk down an icy country lane in the dark, I ended up back where I started,

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Tune into Elev8 – RTE Young People’s Programme this Tuesday 30th Nov. at 4.30pm. I’ve been invited as this week’s sports guest to have a chat about surfing!

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‘Emerald Surfwear supporting Havana Surf and the “Cubanitas”’ For more on my recent trip to Cuba check out: http://www.emeraldsurfwear.com/index.php/blog/ Full article on the trip coming out soon in on of

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Mud, tea and a lot a rock n rolla!! We missed the now mandatory deluge of rain (6mm and hour on sat night) and arrived in time for the sun

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Surfathon Twenty Ten in aid of Make a Wish Foundation. Surfing 15-20 beaches from Rossnowlagh Co.Donegal to Lahinch Co.Clare in 24 Daylight Hrs this Easter weekend (April 3-4). This amazing

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