Welcome to the blog section, here you will find interesting blogs of my travel, thoughts and experiences to do with the lifestyle as a waterman that I have enjoyed from those very early days on the beach… enjoy the stoke!
Paying attention to Earth and her movement is pretty significant when it comes to the way the world works, especially for surfing. Here’s a brief guide to understanding the world’s oceans. Don’t worry, we won’t get all science on you.
Hiking through Hawaii’s lush rain forests… Lounging on a secluded beach… Cruising down a volcano on a mountain bike at top speed… These are just a few of the myriad of activities you can do while in Oahu, Hawaii – However I was here for one reason only, to surf and to experience the home
When I first arrived in California the immigration officer greeted me with the traditional “welcome to California”. I had no idea of what to expect since Obama had won the election and it was 2009. The last time I was in the USA was back in 2006, it was all very relaxed, personal on this
Long have the Canary Islands been given the title of ‘The Hawaii of the Atlantic’, with Lanzarote being the Atlantic North Shore, but whilst Lanzarote does get pounded by Hawaiian style swells it has a lot more to offer all levels of surfers. The islands position, only ninety miles from the coast of Africa, means
Since 1986 I have dreamed of surfing a stretch of coastline that I heard about one summers day from a young surfer from Portugal. He had described to be on that sunny day a place where waves turned into barrels like a freight train and where other sports you were always guaranteed offshore conditions. Now
Arriving in Cape Town is over whelming, the first thing you notice is the warmth and friendly attitude to you the surfer. This country has been through so much in the past 30 years and it has always been my dream to set foot on its soil to surf the glorious waves that caress its