The life in an Atlantic surf town

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“I can remember the wave waiting to be surfed.” Who wouldn’t want to watch a movie that starts out with such an inspiring statement?

It’s hard to make a living in the Irish countryside, especially if your dream is to become a professional surfer. There are no many sponsors willing to support a wave riding fantasy.

But, sometimes, all you need is dedication and passion for making dreams become a reality. And a hallucinated wave like Lahinch, in County Clare.

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