There’s two of us but you think you can make
it by eight o’clock? Yeah, we hope so too. Good morning guys. It’s day one of our Ireland
adventure and unfortunately we are stuck in London’s Stansted right now. We hopped on the wrong tram, the flight closes
at 7.30 and it’s 7.30 right now, so um.. We’ll see what happens. Hopefully we’ll make it on this flight. Cheers! Well, as Alex might have explained
our venture in Ireland is off with a bit of a mishap but once the trip starts it’s going
to be amazing. We’re doing a 9 day trip through Ireland,
down the wild Atlantic way, experiencing Ireland’s nature at its finest, down to County Cork, the food scene that has
sprouted up down there the last couple decades and up to Dublin to cover design and a bunch
of cool hunting stuff in the capital. So it’s going to be an amazing trip. That all depends on if we make this flight
or not. The plan right now is to go surfing on the
west coast of Ireland today, but we got to make this plane. Wish us luck. Hopefully, RyanAir, you guys come through. [Travel music] Doors open. Thank you. [Travel music] How cliche can it get? Arrive in Ireland and find a rainbow out the
window. [Airplane turbulence] Whoa! Whoo hoo! That will be us later though. Boom! [Travel music] Our first stop on this epic Ireland trip is
Strandhill. And this is one of them surfing destinations
here in the wild Atlantic way. The Atlantic wave we should mention is actually
one of the longest defined coast around the world. It’s 2500 km long, so we will be hitting a
couple of spot on web net in the next few days, but first off we get in the water, so we are
meeting up with some local surfers. What’s going on? Hey guys! Please to meet you. Marko. Thank you. Eddy. Nice to meet you. Sup? Alex. If you guys did not know that Ireland is actually
one of the most underrated surfing destination in the world, it’s cold water but there’s some serious waves
here, there’s some huge waves. It is kind it is like a coast it’s like one
of the most way rich part of Ireland, there’s limestone topography, pretty good
reefs, a lot of good different set ups but very difficult because of huge amount of tide
and variables, when it goes off it goes off. Yeah we get you guys in the water it’s not
as cold as it looks, bum um… Sounds good. Let’s do it. [Surfing] Guys we just finished our surf. That was super fun! Even though the waves were not anything really
to write home about the whole experience was unforgettable, and I think that is probably the best way
I have ever started any trip. Off the plane, into the car, boom, right into
the ocean and had a little surf. Big thanks to Sheamus and Eddy for showing
us around and taking us out of the water. How about you bro? Yeah! It was definitely a lot warmer than
I thought it was going to be. It was just beautiful to get into the ocean
with some beautiful surroundings right here. But right now we are going to go and try out
a seaweed bath, which I have never done before, but apparently a hundred years ago seaweed
baths were all the rage here. Traditions were going on for 300 years and
it is one of the few original seaweed bath they kind of brought it back here so when
you in to Voya and meet with Neal who is going to tell us
more about therapeutic properties of seaweed. My name is Neil Walton this is for seaweed baths, and the reason why seaweed baths work is because
seaweed and sea water is alkaline by nature. Generally our blood are mildly acidic, so
your body always wants to get back to a mild alkaline state, having seaweed baths will help your body get
back into a balanced state. You literally get this seaweed from out front? Yeah we harvest the seaweed off the reefs. So what we do we cut the seaweed three quarters
way down and that gives the seaweed the ability to grow back within three to four months period, put in the barrels, bring it back into the
baths here, wash it, steam it Then it goes into the bath and all this spent,
which is the used seaweed, we use in organic farms locally here. So completely organic and renewable? Absolutely yeah. There is a circle that goes
around all the time and we are always working with nature here. Post surf to a seaweed bath? Luxury. We have had such a wild filming schedule in
the last couple weeks that I just want to really hop into this bath, and just soak,
and get ready for the next 8 days of awesomeness. Which means that I’m going to turn the camera
off, I don’t want to film anymore, I just want to soak. You know if we get a naked seaweed bath this
might get a million views. Nope. Not happening. Well guys that was absolutely… It was unexpected, no? Oh my God, such a surprise but so relaxing. Yeah there was like a gel that came out of
it that we were rubbing all over our faces. It is super nice. I feel 10 years younger. Yeah but right now we’re going to get some
lunch next door at Shelf, which is like a surfers kind of cafe. I am Jane and I’m one-half of Shells Cafe.
My husband, Miles. Where we are now is amazing. We are across
the Atlantic ocean, surf every day, and we are both like seriously foodies. We both love
food and cafe culture. The west of Ireland is beautiful and stunning
today to come but may be a bit behind and you couldn’t get a good coffee or you know
really good homemade food. So we just wanted to put like city food and that lovely vibe
into the country side as well. It’s nice. It’s a good flat white. We don’t have flat
whites in America. For some reason we are missing out. I don’t know why. Alright guys well we’ve finished lunch and
we’ve taken a quick drive to a place called Knocknarea. It’s kinda like a mountain, but it’s got a
lot of significance in the past and it’s full of some really interesting archaeological
ruins and tombs. So we are meeting up with Auriel, she’s a marine archaeologist, she’s going to show us why this place is so
special. So tell us a bit about the history. We know that this is very significant in the
age of times, Can you tell us what we are going to go see
right now? So just behind us is not very much and on
top is a really famous cairn and said to be the burial place of Queen Maeve of Connaught. She’s sexy. She’s quite pretty yeah. So a cairn is the amount of stones and is
extend or covering something, so inside here is a prehistoric tomb dating back to the stone
age, so it’s probably by 5000 years old. How far is it to the cairn? It depends how fast you can walk. I like to stall. It’s not a long way, probably about 20 minutes
from here. Let’s go do it. [music] This has to be one of the most spectacular
sunsets I have ever seen. It’s just stunning. You can see why they called it the wild Atlantic
way because the winds are just blowing right off the ocean it’s so rugged, just rugged natural beauty. Look at the sun raise coming to the clouds
man. It’s insane. You can say there is just a lot of elements
at play here and actually right there. Random fact! That’s Coney island, the one
in New York was named by a captain that was sailing between here and New York. It reminded… Next stop actually over there. Yes straight across the Atlantic. Exactly. So we are going to go walk down the mountain
and head over for a pint and some dinner. Sounds lovely. Yes. [music] Cheers! The first Guinness in Ireland. I heard they pour a good one here. Looks like it. I’m going to get used to this this week. This
is going to be really nice. Wow! Whoo! That was a good meal. That was a great day. Surfing, seaweed bath, awesome cafe, epic
hike to royal burial ground, amazing sunset and seafood dinner. I mean that’s day one. There’s still eight days more to go, tomorrow
we’re going down the wild Atlantic way towards Gall away We’re going to be doing amazing stuff as always. So if you like the video, then give it a thumbs
up! Share it with your friends and don’t forget
to subscribe for new travel videos twice a week, Tuesdays and Thursdays. In the meantime stay curious, keep exploring,
and we’ll see you guys on the road. Peace!


  1. Great vid guys! Working my way through the series. Might just be my phone/hearing but at around 0:35 Marko sounds a bit chimpmunk-ish! Haha. Maybe sped up the footage? Either way good stuff.

  2. I am so jealous, I have always wanted to go to strandhill!! I've got 2 cookbooks from the shells cafe and its amazing ๐Ÿ™‚ Love this!

  3. Yay u went to strandhill. I go surfing there all the time. Shells ( the little cafe next to it) is my local little cafe. Hope you liked it there โค๏ธโ˜บ๏ธ

  4. I am so happy Melanie Murphy pointed me in your direction. It is my dream to visit Ireland. Your videos are amazing to watch.

  5. Came here from Melanie's video, but I'm here to stay! So glad you've come to Ireland, my home country- I'm a very proud Irish girl! ๐Ÿ˜‚

  6. You guys are doing a wicked job, love all the videos! Should come down to Tasmania, Australia and do some here, would really suit the style of your videos:) Big trek, but worth it!

  7. Great videos of Ireland guys! Such a pity yous didn't start at the top of the Wild Atlantic Way in Donegal, you must come up here next time.

  8. This is amazing guys. It is good to see such lovely chemistry between two brothers. Keep it up !
    And if possible come to a mysterious land of India ๐Ÿ™‚

  9. You boys are very charming, really enjoy your videos. I am going in the spring and now I know there are a few more stops that I need to do. Thanks!

  10. Hey brothers, if you ever plan to come back to South America we can meet up. Epic videos…I learn from you…travel well ๐Ÿ™‚

  11. very cool, I was just in Ireland and shooting a video as well, awesome to see the same places from your guy's perspective ๐Ÿ™‚

  12. you guys are dope, I'm actually headed to Ireland for a solo backpacking trip for two weeks, end of May. Any suggestions on where I should go/do while I'm there?

  13. You should edit the title of this thing – drop the "Surfing" from it.

    A few Go Pro scenes in 1-foot slop does not constitute a "Surfing in Ireland" video.

    Man, technology has made everyone a friggin' "film maker."

  14. As a traveler myself, I love your videos. Gives me some ideas for those destinations. I have a question. Who shoots the video shots when you're all walking? Do you use you a drone or place your camera in a particular spot?

  15. I just had an awesome few hours of viewing your expo of Ireland. Thank you! Great coverage! I want more of Ireland and her history!

  16. Do you find it cheaper to fly into big cities like London, then taking local flights to Ireland.. or just flying to Dublin and going from there? I am looking for opinions because my friend and I are planning a trip to Ireland.

  17. I discover your channel today,and i think it's really nice, i love the small interwiew and the wiew are amazing. I go on Ireland for one holyday week. I will be happy to see your other videos ๐Ÿ™‚

  18. Good informative video n content ..but too up close and personal.. can you guys stand a little far from the cameras

  19. Hi guy! I've just found you and this is the first video that i watched, you're so good! i have a question coz i'm planing to travel around Ireland this October, do you think its a good month to go there? i read that Ireland hasn't a good weather but i really wanna enjoy as much possible! well, i'll watch the other videos thanks!

  20. Spectacular series of Ireland!! Just subbed ๐Ÿ˜‰ love it if you see my last short video of Ireland and comment if you like! ยกSaludos desde Espaรฑa!

  21. My wife and I spent 6 months of our life in Ireland. Love the people, love the country, love the music, love the food. (Beef, not so much, but lamb and seafood, wow.) The SouthWest is the best. Towns of Kenmore, Glengarriff, Bantry and Kinsale. And be sure and drive the Ring of Beara, not Kerry.

  22. I wish I could surf. I wish I could have a seaweed bath. I wish I could go back to the Republic Of Ireland.

  23. You guys should visit the Beach Bar and Dunmoran strand in sligo its beautiful and on the wild Atlantic way. ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ช๐Ÿ€

  24. They are in Strandhill yes. I live in Sligo. I would recommend going to Enniscrone or Aughris for surfing also.

  25. Aww you missed out County Kerry along the WWW. Gorgeous beaches, great people and fantastic food x

  26. Really cold water indeed I done surfing in Ireland since I live there, big waveโ€™s that someone in my country nearly died on

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