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An Island of Contrast and Consistency
An Island of Contrast and Consistency

An Island of Contrast and Consistency

Filed in Destinations, Outdoor Adventures, Water Adventures by on December 26, 2015 • views: 685

Long have the Canary Islands been given the title of ‘The Hawaii of the Atlantic’, with Lanzarote being the Atlantics 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 […]

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Hawaiian Juice
Hawaiian Juice

Hawaiian Juice

Filed in Destinations, Water Adventures by on December 26, 2015 • views: 2093

Classic Pipeline by Photographer Sean Davey Hiking through Hawaii’s lush rainforests… 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 […]

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Go Surf Morocco
Go Surf Morocco

Go Surf Morocco

Filed in Destinations, Water Adventures by on December 26, 2015 • views: 1831

Go Surf Morocco “Excuse me mate, are you Mohammad, Pat’s mate?” my nervous voice asked. “Yes, of course you need room, you follow me” “Okay, but are you Australian Pat’s mate?” “No, I’m Mohammad” Turning to my travel/surf buddy Ben I could see the tiredness in his eyes, cheap mlb jerseys this was the fifth […]

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California Dreamin
California Dreamin

California Dreamin

Filed in Destinations, Water Adventures by on December 26, 2015 • views: 1293

California Dreamin 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. The last time I was in the USA was back in the mid 2000’s, it was all very relaxed, personal on this […]

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Barbados or Bust
Barbados or Bust

Barbados or Bust

Filed in Destinations, Water Adventures by on December 26, 2015 3 Comments • views: 8031

Surfing Barbados or Bust “A day of travelling will bring a basketful of learning” The whole world seemed to grow and tower above me engulfing my shrinking being. Voices over the loud PA speaker meant nothing, people passing by were irrelevant, and Hello everything seemed so close yet so distant. Fear is a strangely painful […]

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Exploring Guadeloupe Archipelago views: 351

I spent only one week in Guadeloupe and, after a few hours there, I was already planning my return. It’s an incredible destination that will take you along a beautiful, winding coastline, where the Caribbean meets the Atlantic, up on green, virgin hills and into the heart of colorful villages. The Guadeloupeans are some of […]

Explore Granada in Spain views: 347

Don’t visit Granada if you know nothing about Moorish culture and you’re not passionate about history. Granada is all about its past! Just like a ghost who haunts places with mysteries still unsolved, the past of Granada is still reigning over the city. It’s true that today’s Granada has put on the clothes of cosmopolitanism […]

Five Bucket List Adventures views: 317

Any new year brings new resolutions and adds new bucket list adventures to my travel list. I have to admit that I have about 101 resolutions and things to do on my bucket list this year and, unfortunately but not at all surprising, half of them are forgotten five minutes after the clock strikes midnight […]

Enjoy the Arctic National Park views: 304

Warning: Beginner hikers should not adventure into this park or, at least, if they insist on climbing its ridges, they should do it accompanied by experienced hikers. Why? The Gates of the Arctic National Park is the northernmost National Park in the world. It is situated in Alaska, north of the Arctic Circle, and has […]