With paddle boarding being the fastest growing water sport in the world, all disciplines have increased in popularity. I personally, am hooked on the surfing aspect. If like us you don’t have a consistent break on your door step, the chances are if you have also chosen SUP surfing or any other water sport that relies on waves you have to travel to get your wave fix. There are plenty of good breaks around the cost of the UK and Ireland for the wave hungry. I have managed to visit a few and in this blog going to give the low down on my favorites. I am also going to give my thoughts and experiences on the ever murky world of board choice.Read more "Wave hunting and board choice"
Hey there, a few things have happened since our last post. Most shocking is the sale of the (t)rusty Bedford, this was no easy decision but she is still in the family with my dad looking after her. We traded her in for slightly more modern van which I will introduce to you all when […]Read more "Portugal – The Wave Garden"
Welcome to the first of a series of smaller blogs we will be doing looking at our motivations and learning on our adventures. I have recently been focusing on my paddle board technique, particularly efficient paddle stroke and upping my surf skills. I have sat on my computer, researching and reading a heap of top 5’s and […]Read more "5 tips to hone your SUP surfing"
Hey, so I know things have been quiet on here for a while. I’d like to say that it was because we’ve been so busy having adventures. Although we have had some, this is not the reason. In all honesty, I have been feeling a little uninspired recently, having had a few disappointing surf trips […]Read more "Sunova Beach"