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Summer 2014 was a summer I finally decided to let go and just travel on my own. As the full time job life leaves you with a little flexibility and most of the friends are getting ‘grown up’ and choosing for a coupley hotel resorts, I had nothing to do but to figure it out for myself and book a surfing holiday (literally trying it once before) all by myself. 569 more words
I will be adding more soon but had to share some of these beautiful intention mandalas the girls made, they are awesome. We combine self-care, yoga, surf, art, marine education, Hawaiian history, sustainability and water safety into 5 days of AMAZING sharing. 20 more words
From the time I first went in salt water when I was 8 months old, I loved it.
I always loved the ocean and have been involved with water sports for a long time.430 more words
Surfing is exciting. However, catching a wave successfully is not everyone’s cup of tea! If you have just started to learn surfing you must be overwhelmed by seeing expert surfers playing with the waves.To get good at surfing you need both practice and determination. 501 more words
Selection of the right surfboard can ensure success while tackling the waves because you gain confidence with the right kind of gear under you. A wide variety of surfboards are available and you can choose based on your preferences, the type of activity you want to indulge in, and specific skill levels. 516 more words
The debate over what is the better surf trip to do is one that will never have a final decisive outcome. Everyone has a different take on the subject, and some prefer the comfort of an air-conditioned villa with a perfect point break out the front and the option to surf other waves by jumping on a transfer boat with a friendly local surf guide. 320 more words