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Morocco (Part II)

We had been before, but this time was different.  This time we knew where we wanted to go.  We had friends we wanted to see.  And well to be awkwardly honest, we picked up Kona's soul (aka conceived him) in Morocco, so it felt like a spiritual pilgrimmage to return here nearly 2 years...

Traveling Surfer’s Guide to Sri Lanka

Swaying in a hammock under a coconut tree,  this is how you relax in Sri Lanka.  After over a year traveling through and around this gorgeous country (this was written a few years ago now), this country is certainly one of my favorites...

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Diana’s South Sri Lanka Favorites

Diana Basto Ferreira is a surfer.  And a chef.  Oh yea, she travels too.  So to sum it up, she is pretty much our dream girl.  Diana recently moved to the Southern coast of Sri Lanka to help our friends at Sunshine Stories open Weligama's new hotspot Ceylon Slider's Cafe....

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Morocco Surf And Yoga Video

In March 2016, we finally made it to the shores of Morocco.  Karma was on our side, the swells arrived on the same day that most of our guests landed in the airport.  Ines Ambrosio, professional Portugese longboarder and Filipe Neto, the legendary filmmaker joined us for the week along...

Pregnant Surfer

So yep, there I was pregnant. And while I welcomed my widening hips, bulging breasts and quickly growing belly, what I feared most was the dreadful day I would have to take that temporary leave of absence from surfing....

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Sri Lanka Surf and Yoga Retreat Video

This sweet video was made by photographer and filmmaker Philly Lewis who joined us in Sri Lanka last March for a week of surfing and yoga. The week was spent sleeping within earshot of the waves, underneath a field of towering palm trees, and eating three incredible Ayurvedic meals a day. We...

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Morocco Surf Trip

From the french seaside cafes in Essouira to the tiny wooden fishing boats in Imsouane.  The wind peels the bright colorful paint off the corners of buildings like bark from a tree.  The people are kind and the waves are good. Right hand point breaks can be found north and south of the...