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Havokist
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Posted:this is an idea that i've had since i went there last year with my family. it could be a 3 day event, like the length of falmouth, but possibly not quite as many people, as i'm not sure what the caravan/tent accomodation is like, there's a beach about a two minute walk away, the actual town bit that the camp site is next to is only a small town, north west of Donegal and there's a few places a little drive away such as a waterfall and a small island you can only get to when the the tide is out.



any thoughts/comments? smile


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Faberg
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Posted:hi havokist smile

could you give us a more specific location please? i live in dublin, which is on the east coast, and i've never heard of narin... confused

if i know where you're talking about i could look into it for you smile

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UCOF
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Posted:"i live in dublin, which is on the east coast, and i've never heard of narin"

ubblol ubblol


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Havokist
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Posted:my mistake, i meant west coast, i'll edit the original post.

i've also found a map that pretty much points out where Narin is: http://www.portnooholidays.com/maps/wdonegal.htm


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doctor_fandango
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Posted:theres a lad in my office that knows narin well(and its not pronounced anything like you think it would be!!) he said its a great place to go , nothing happens there but its a nice little town with 2 pubs. i'd be up for a narin meeting.

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Posted:Ooooooooooooooooooh sounds fun....Ill bring he cookies (not home baked dont worry) ubblol

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Havokist
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Posted:well if you homebake them they could be rather... spacey... tongue

i may see what the Irish spinners that are coming to falmouth think smile


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World-losers and world-forsakers, On whom the pale moon gleams;
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Cloudscape
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Posted:Never heard of Narin either but I'm up for it - sounds like a good spot for a spin.

Anyone have any dates in mind? It would probably have to be soon enough before the icy northern winter kicks in (I'm told that's sometime in September in Donegal..... although maybe I'm just being an ignorant Dub ) confused2


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Helen_of_Poi
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Posted:I'm definately up for this, depending on when it is of course....?

Please don't make it clash with the EJC.. juggle


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Havokist
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Posted:i hadn't really thought of a date and any date i'd make sure that it didn't clash with anything major.

i wouldn't really be able to get across before the end of the summer holidays, and i have GCSE's this coming year, so about how would next summer as a rough estimate?


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Wandering by lone sea-breakers, And sitting by desolate streams;
World-losers and world-forsakers, On whom the pale moon gleams;
We are the movers and shakers of the world for ever, it seems.

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