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Thread: Emerald Isle by Ural

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    Really enjoyed that.

    Thanks.

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    Really enjoyed the write-up, great pics as well

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    Cracking report and lovely photographs there, Tarka.

    Thanks for taking the time to share them with us

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    Fantastic. Thanks for that. Must revisit Ireland again soon.

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    Lovely report

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    excellent stuff did wicklow and sally gap coupla months ago




    must do north coast and the rede bridge again (what you mean yer scared lol)

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    Hairnet,
    you went East to West over Sally gap?

    North to South - start; from town, Rathfarnam...ish - finish in Laragh / Glendalough - is more of a "technical" course
    worth coming back for
    appears bright from a distance / dim up close

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    Great trip report Tarka

    Having also enjoyed the hospitality of Aidan and Mandy I can agree you couldn't have stayed with a finer couple but getting free drinks from Civil..........
    KEA

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    headed to it from dun leary towards bray then inland - they cancelledd the ferry and i missed out doing it in the summer so even tho weather was cack decided to go for it

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    tarka........

    what made you go from the welsh bit as opposed to scouse

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    super report Tarka - really enjoyed it. Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hairnet600 View Post
    tarka........

    what made you go from the welsh bit as opposed to scouse
    Sorry about the delay...only just seen your question.

    The timings,and duration,plus cost of the 'Scouse Ferry' ('Scouse' even though it`s actually in Birkenhead ) made Holyhead the best choice.
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    Have you met Gerarddwatts? He's a joyless fuck as well. You two would get on like a house on fire I reckon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glenboy View Post
    super report Tarka - really enjoyed it. Thank you.


    Thanks mate.....and everyone else.

    It`s a wonderful place....and I`m looking forwards to a repeat visit.
    Quote Originally Posted by Melch View Post
    Have you met Gerarddwatts? He's a joyless fuck as well. You two would get on like a house on fire I reckon.

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    really enjoyed this report,but i wood never call the a55 out of holyhead borin,its stunnin scenery.

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    Thats certainly whetted my appetite and all being well will give it a go next year when I get my Ural, hope the wife doesnt mind coming along too as she is from Dublin stock

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    After meeting Tarka last night and chatting about his ride reports I decided to take a look, gald I did, great Ride Report Steve
    We did the North Coast by car a couple of years ago and had a great time

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