A bit more swell showing today, Salinas was a bit closed out. Pipes and the point didnt look great though we should have waited longer. Afternoon at El Tranny was fun the evening at Freight Trains was sick! Offshores all day, check El Tranny below.
Took the boat all the way South to a nice left slab, was fun on the sets but a bit of a wait in between. Hit Asuchillo on the way home was nice and lined up. Got some good fishing on the way back to the camp. Transito for the afternoon session was fun. Solid
Welcome to the first of our daily reports, I hope to get this its own page soon. Today was not big enough for pipes so we went to Transito, it was waist to chest with some nice peaks and only 3 others out with plenty of room. Off to Freight Trains for the evening session.
Friday 11th March was as you know a terrible day, Japan was hit by a 8.9 earthquake triggering a massive Tsunami that caused major destruction, and was so sudden people had little time to react resulting sadly in many deaths. A Tsunami warning was issued for most of the Pacific and we were politely asked
Teaser I from wavegarden on Vimeo. This is a new type of artificial wave that uses much less energy than other systems and produces a great little barreling wave! Apparently with some tinkering it would be possible to make a bigger wave, but the best bit is the length of wave is only limited by
Departures Magazine ran a long travel article on Nicaragua in their January/February 2011 issues, here’s more proof of what we’ve been saying for a long time about safety in Nicaragua: “Nicaragua is in fact one of the safest places—maybe the safest place—in Central America. The wars are long over, even if contentious politics remain. The