Busy few days here at the DAC / ISAI – the weather has been amazing – the only downside being that the waves have aa2

Evening cliff jump

Evening cliff jump

also gone on vacation. Nonetheless Surfcamp still had a great week paddling around our coast, skateboarding with Dani & Kyle and a lot of cliff jumping. English camp were still able to a little surfing as they are much less experienced surfers the small waves weren’t a problem not to mention we had a great couple of days kayaking too . I think the highlight for them was cliff jumping in the evenings though. Afs had an extremely busy touring week – Following on from Dickie’s magnificent tour and blog (he made me say that) they went west on Thursday to explore Sligo and the magnificent

Parkes castle

Parkes castle

Parkes castle – seriously I can’t recommend the Parkes Castle tour highly enough and well done to all the great staff there that made our day so memorable. Kayaking was order of the day for Friday morning on beautiful Lough Melvin followed by us finally starting our big mural of the 52 countries that staff and surf campers have come from over the years – 53 if we count Johnny’s  home planet but that’s another story. Finally the muck part – last night we did the niteline – our famous combination of blindfolds , assault course and lots of muck and water ! Photos to follow

This is where all the guards used to sleep - finally answering the question of how many Americans can you fit in round tower.

This is where all the guards used to sleep – finally answering the question of how many Americans can you fit in round tower.

Let's do some painting

Let’s do some painting

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