Dan Malloy visits Patagonia Cardiff for “Castles in the Sky” Screening

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Video: Patagonia Cardiff Event- Castles in the Sky by www.KORDUROY.tv.

Take a walk around Cardiff with Dan Malloy and watch some excerpts from Taylor Steele’s new surf film, Castles in the Sky. Dan hopped the train down to Patagonia Cardiff where he introduced the film on a summer evening to about 550 folks. A trip Dan took to Iceland was featured in the film.

Thanks to store manager Devon Howard and the crew at Patagonia Cardiff for hosting another great event behind the store. Thanks to Taylor Steele for accompanying Dan on stage, and Cyrus Sutton of Korduroy.tv for making the above video. Stay tuned to all the groovy events at Patagonia Cardiff by following them on Facebook and Twitter.

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