David Robbins: Camping -- an idea I thought I'd never pitch again
We were young. It was summer. One of us had access to a Mazda 323. It seemed like a good idea at the time. Nothing bad could happen, could it?
So we went to Carnsore Point in Co Wexford, a kind of hippie, anti-nuke demo-cum-festival that used to unfold in those early 1980s summers.
Back then, I was hanging out with an older gang, much to the dismay of my mother. One of them was actually working, and earning enough to purchase said Mazda.