Raw and challenging. Beautiful and unique. I’ve experienced those two faces of Galicia. Here’s the story of non-Spanish speaking kook trying to survive in one of Europe’s best surfing destinations.
Small town 50 km Down South from Cadiz isn’t a first choice for someone who’s looking for a surf spot in Europe. But after spending 5 days there all I can say is that I’m definitely coming back.
Since my first surf trip in 2015 I’ve had a bunch of surfing lessons. Based on that I prepared a list of 5 rules that in my opinion make up a perfect surfing lesson.
It’s not an obvious choice for this series, but Sevilla based brand has a thing for surfing and lifestyle it promotes. And a funny thing: I didn’t know about the brand until my last trip to Spain.
During my last surf trip to Spain I was testing the latest version of SurfEars. Here are my thoughts about these earplugs.
Surfing world is full of passionate men and women. We see some of them fighting for the world title. But there are much more of them out there, in big surfing cities and small coastal towns doing different things than taking part in WSL tour. I’ve learned that their stories can be very interesting and inspiring. I would like to bring those stories to light. I’ll start with Andy, founder of the Oceano Surf School in Conil.
As someone who needs to travel to surf I have developed 5 rules of packing. Thanks to them I always take exactly what I need.
Surfing and New York City. Two main inspirations that gave birth to one of my favorite clothing brands – Saturdays NYC.
Based on my recent experience I’ve prepared a five steps guide of how to successfully buy a dream surfboard.
7 A.M. just after sunrise. We’re on one of the Jersey shore beaches. Poor surf, but amazing light. Cold. Perfect conditions for this photo shoot. Starring: beanie, sweatshirt and boat shoes – my favourite classics for autumn.