Journal

Journal

The best surf retreats for women in Bali 

Surf retreats are becoming more and more trendy especially with the evolution of surfing and the sport becoming more and more mainstream. The trend started years ago with surf camps and surfing surf trips, that were almost exclusively focused on surfing in a popular and safe location. 
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Surf Etiquette for Beginner Longboarders

The thought of gliding down a wave often excites beginners so much that they become blindsided by what they actually face in the water. Catching a wave is an incredible feeling, but surfing also presents a challenging and sometimes dangerous environment. As a surfer, you have a responsibility to both yourself and other surfers out there.
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How to Know If Your Swimwear Can Handle Serious Swell

As the surf industry evolves, more female owned and operated surfwear labels are bringing a woman’s perspective to both the style and functional elements of surfwear. Being suitably supported, while still feeling stylish, is giving women a greater sense of freedom in the ocean by allowing them to focus on their surfing, rather than their wardrobe.
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How Eco-Friendly Swimwear Is Made. Feeling the Slow Fashion Movement.

Your fashion choices have an impact, whether positive or negative, on the planet and its precious ocean.
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Surf local guide: Where to surf for longboarding on the Gold Coast, and where to eat after.

The Gold Coast is a surfer’s paradise, with a plethora of picture-perfect reeling right pointbreaks, over 50 kilometers of beautiful beaches, year-round professional lifeguard patrols, and crystal clear, warm water.

The area boasts some of the best and most consistent waves in Australia, with conditions to suit all skill levels. Amongst the abundance of surf spots on offer, there are four that are fantastic breaks for those wanting to try their longboards on the Gold Coast
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