Amazing video lesson from Portugal
Yesterday, we were pleasantly surprised, as the forecast for the day was heavy rain and cold winds. We woke up in the morning and the forecast was correct, we were having breakfast and making plans for a lazy surfers Sunday.
But before we finished with the coffee, the warm sun came shinning trough the dense clouds and in less than 20 minutes the sky was crystal clear.
Continue reading Deep Soul Surfing Session With Dolphins And A Killer Whale
On Friday, after 2 days without being in the Ocean, my heart was beating in the surf-surf-SURF rythem strongly again. And the pain in the shoulder muscles has vanished completely. So my mind, my body, my soul and my muscles were ready to surf again.
The waves were far away from perfect on all the spots around Peniche on that day, but the will to surf was just too strong to resist. Even the fact that my two broken short boards were not fixed yet didn’t stop me to enter the water.
Continue reading Foam Party Surfing And Beautiful Night Life Of Portugal
Today in the morning we had a sweetest surprise waiting for us.
There were small breaking waves, waist high, offshore winds, clear sunny sky and . . .
dolphins jumping from the water, about 50 meter from the line up.
Continue reading Surfs With Doplhins
After Surfing Sunsets . . .
It’s just one of those things . . . worth all the things!
Yesterday the waves were messy, the weather was wet and windy . . . so no surfing again for this day. We decided to go up North, to a surfer’s city of Nazare and check out the spot where Garret McNamara drove the 90-feet monster of a wave . . .
Continue reading Big Wave Spot Of Nazare
“…I realized every surfer has to like paddling, at least a little. this was because extremely little of each surf session is spent actually standing up on your surfboard on a wave – maybe one percent – so if you’re looking to have a good time it’s essential to find a way to enjoy paddling, or at least good-naturedly bear it. and in that way, I thought, surfing is kind of a good metaphor for the rest of life.” (jaimal yogis)