We are nowhere, and its now - Fergal Smith

Desillusion editor Pierre David spent 4 days with Fergal Smith in his hometown of County Clare to gain a deeper insight into Fergals world and the importance of living a self sustaining and happy life.

"Fergal Smith isn't your average surfer. Having grown up on an organic vegetable farm in Ireland, Fergal learned the importance of family, food and a healthy lifestyle from a young age. Despite travelling far and wide in search of waves, Fergal remains true to his roots and continues to live in Ireland to this day having established a community garden on his farm Moy Hill. Desillusion editor Pierre David spent 4 days with Fergal in his hometown of County Clare to gain a deeper insight into Fergal's world and the importance of living a self sustaining and happy life."This short film is based on the article "It's a long way from Clare to here" published in Desillusion Magazine 48 , Tome 4 available on http://store.dslmag.com/

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