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surf camp siberut

1 month(s) ago by Ebaysurf Camp Surfing 0 Likes 107 views 0 comments

mENTAWAI SURFING +6281374006060 or handra_harbi@yahoo.com NYANG - NYANG & PLAY GROUND CAMP Mentawai islands with my surf camp in siberut islands close wave like e'bay, beng-beng, nipussi, pitstop just onfoot check my website... Read More...

Surfing Fever

7 month(s) ago by Katherine Mellan Surfing 1 Likes 449 views 0 comments

  My body is still slightly warm with the fever from last night, but I can tell it’s fading, and I just can’t wait another moment, let alone another day. I tiptoe across the soft wooden floors of my auntie’s house,... Read More...

Apu Hau, God of Storms and Glassy Barrels

9 month(s) ago by Katherine Mellan Surfing 4 Likes 444 views 0 comments

              Clouds, thick as thieves and black as Hawaiian hair, build on the horizon. They rumble and tumble and throw themselves on top of each other until there’s a wall of black moving toward me... Read More...

Held Under By the Sea Gods

10 month(s) ago by Katherine Mellan Surfing 1 Likes 589 views 0 comments

  The ocean is so magnificent and blue I just want to lose myself in it. I never want to surface again. All I can see are bubbles rushing past me as I push the nose of my board into the water and duck dive beneath a mountain of white... Read More...

Beneath The Sea

11 month(s) ago by Katherine Mellan Surfing 1 Likes 634 views 0 comments

              I stand on the beach and watch as small, messy sets roll in at my favorite North Shore break. My heart sinks in disappointment as I watch a group of beginners on foam boards struggle to paddle... Read More...

Nighttime On An Island

12 month(s) ago by Katherine Mellan Surfing 1 Likes 783 views 0 comments

Nighttime on an island is where real magic happens. Whether it’s the Night Marchers’ frenzied drums and war cries echoing back from the centuries in the depths of Kalalau, or the little tricks the Menehune play while we sleep, or... Read More...

Waving Not Drowning

12 month(s) ago by Jodie Oakes Surfing 0 Likes 554 views 0 comments

Waving not Drowning (Why you Never Give Your Friends a Surfboard) I think drowning would be peaceful she smiled across the glow of the campfire, I took in her bright hair braids, her patterned skirts and beads and inwardly groaned. I... Read More...

How Weeing in My Wetsuit Changed my Life

1 year(s) ago by Jodie Oakes Surfing 3 Likes 894 views 0 comments

It started as the most beautiful love affair, one wet and windy afternoon under the grey slate skies of Wales. The wind was howling and the Irish Sea couldn’t look less inviting as the clouds grizzled. I rubbed my sleep stained eyes and... Read More...

Surfing in Norway

1 year(s) ago by surfadict Surfing 0 Likes 432 views 2 comments

  To come straight to the point: Yes, it’s cold. Very cold. Probably the coldest water you ever have been in with your surfboard and wetsuit. So why then Norway? Take a look on the map where it is and you’ll have found the... Read More...

Surfing and my life

1 year(s) ago by Emily Surfing 0 Likes 822 views 0 comments

It never crossed my mind that one day I will be an expert surfer! It has been a journey of a lifetime. Having meet myriad of difficulties along the way, I never regret the decision I made to start surfing. It is no simple task but with patience... Read More...

Kelly Slater Takes Season-Opening Win at Quiksilver Pro Gold Coast Over Joel Parkinson

1 year(s) ago by Surfevent Surfing 0 Likes 800 views 0 comments

KIRRA, Queensland/Australia (Wednesday, March 13, 2013) – Kelly Slater (USA), 41, 11-time ASP World Champion and 2012 ASP World Runner-Up, has claimed the 2013 Quiksilver Pro Gold Coast presented by Land Rover in firing three-to-five... Read More...

How I Learnt to Stop Worrying and Love the Duck Dive

1 year(s) ago by Jodie Oakes Surfing 0 Likes 711 views 1 comments

‘Of course you can bloody duck dive’ the Australian drawl scorned across the table littered with empty beer glasses and half smoked cigarettes. The Basque coast sun sliced across the charging waves and the scent of rain was ripe in... Read More...

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