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Brighton Surf report for the South Coast with long distance surfing forecasts for Devon and Cornwall and the south west
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Brighton Surf report for the South Coast with long distance surfing forecasts for Devon and Cornwall and the south west
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Brighton Surf report for the South Coast with long distance surfing forecasts for Devon and Cornwall and the south west
Brighton Surf report for the South Coast with long distance surfing forecasts for Devon and Cornwall and the south west
Brighton Surf report for the South Coast with long distance surfing forecasts for Devon and Cornwall and the south west
Brighton Surf report for the South Coast with long distance surfing forecasts for Devon and Cornwall and the south west



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Ireland

Ireland has more, very high quality waves then you can ever imagine. Most of these never get surfed. Due to media coverage, most of the named spots are rammed on a good day; there is no need for this, there are SO many waves, what ever type of wave you want is just round the corner.

It's hard to go somewhere and not surf the well known, named spots. If you go to W/NW Ireland people will immediately ask you if you surfed Easkey, Bundoran etc. They are the waves you have heard of, so they are the ones you want to surf, after all you have come all that way, right? But it's gets crazy when there are 50 good waves in half as many miles, and 90% of the people are out at one spot.

The locals are friendly, good natured people, but I guess they will get to the end of their tether at some stage. Go to Ireland, enjoy the place, you will be amazed, but give the locals their space and you will find them friendly as hell. And, the water really is emerald green.

By Bill.

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