If you are a surfer by this time you’re already making plans for the great trip of the year. But beware of the airline you choose, as the trip can end up to be much more expensive than you expect.
Get to know the story of Lisa, a Portuguese surfer who indulged in the spirituality of the sea and the comfort of the drawing.
If you have heard of Nazaré, in Portugal, you have certainly heard stories about the giant waves that exist there. It was just a few years ago that surfer Garrett McNamara broke the Guinness record with the biggest wave ever surfed.
For those who think that making a surftrip is as easy as picking up the board and hit the road… you’re wrong! There’s much to take into account when we’re making our travel bag.
Yes, you read it well. What if I told you it will be possible to surf in the airport terminal of the Bavarian capital? And on top during the Oktoberfest?
The new Dion Agius film is a mix of waves, airs, colors and music. I met the Australian surfer in Portugal and peeked into the “bag”.
The Olympic Games are taking place in Rio de Janeiro, but my eyes are already set in Tokyo. In 2020, Surf is stepping up!
In Portugal we have a saying: “From Spain, neither good wind nor good marriage”… well, it sounds better in Portuguese. But the truth is that the country has many things that are worth going against the popular saying. And Mundaka is one of them.
When I heard for the first time of Surf Air my surfer antenna gave the signal. Is it an airline dedicated to us, where the boards are never charged, welcome pack comes with a wax bar and movies on board include the View From the Blue Moon, staring John John Florence?
The Azorean islands are known for their colors. The green of the mountains, the flowers on the roadside. But when we talk about the beach, the color darkens, but by no means cease to be charming. At the time of placing the board in the water there are several options.
It took some time but it happened: Nazaré joined the Big Wave World Tour! 🙂