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It’s too bad that such a great adventure must come to an end, but United Surf Camps European Summer Tour 2011 is finished and so is the blogging about it. I thought that I would sum up the trip in … Continue reading
In my blog post “First wave of the trip” I promised to come back to you with a clip at the end of the journey to see if I have improved my surfing skills. Watch this clip to judge for yourself. … Continue reading
Arriving to the Surf camp in Santander I was greeted by the surf camp manager, Damian. He put me in their upgraded accommodation, a double room in a hotel, and I sure wouldn’t argue with that treatment! The closest beach … Continue reading
From the point that I took off from Porto it didn’t take long before I passed the border to Spain. I was met by a verdant Galicia with winding roads through narrow mountain passes, deep valleys and dense forests. Mountain … Continue reading
The manager of the surf camp in Andalucia, Andy, sent me this video to show you all what the surf spots around there has to offer the more experienced surfers. Enjoy!
I felt sad to leave Conil de la Frontera, right when I was getting to know the town, the beaches and the people. The last day of my stay, I even ordered breakfast completely in Spanish. “Hola! Churros para mi, … Continue reading