Life Lessons From A Cycle Across A Continent
In the Summer of 2018 Suzie O’Shea cycled over 7500 Kilometres from Vancouver, Canada home to Ireland.
This is her story of learning to face the fear, accept the unexpected and trust in the journey.
Talk takes place in Central Library Lady Lane, Waterford
On Wednesday 13 March at 6:30 PM
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