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Hey! Just wondered what my fellow hubbers has in terms of surfexperience? Any Kelly Slaters or Layne Bleachleys out there?
Personally, I have surfed since the start of 2005 when I visited the magical kingdom known as Australia. Its just such a fantastic feeling of riding a wave of the purest type of energy, I've tried describing this feeling in one of my hubs by the way.. called "Surfing - The ultimate experience", check it out here if you like: http://hubpages.com/hub/Surfing-The-Ultimate-Experience
Living in Norway I was born with skis on my feet, which gradually evolved into a snowboard when I was about 12, so it shouldn't come as a surprise that I am alot better at snowboarding than at surfing.. however, working hard on improving my surfing
So, what are your views on surfing and snowboarding? Any good stories to share?
Used to live to surf & surfed to live
Our waves aren't bad here - NZ
Our Snowboarding isn't too bad either
Waves in NZ? Really??? I was in Queenstown for my honeymoon and I give it to you guys. It sure is one of the most beautiful places I've been to, extreme sports aside. But surf??? Yeah right!
Yep and drank we sure did at Queenstown and Central Otago - we drank mostly Pinot and Sav Blancs. Drove all over south island for 2 weeks. One of the most memorable holidays ever.
Nah, the pic was taken at Bondi beach in Sydney. I recognise the way it breaks
Just grabbed a quick pic from a Christchurch beach(South Island,NZ) but the North Island generally has the better surf anyway.
You are quite right though awsydney NZ is not like Hawaii when it comes to the BIG surf ,but the beauty of it , if the surfs not up there are like 100 other things to keep that andrenalin pumping!!
How long did you visit NZ for Awsydney? ,how could you have missed the waves lol
by TheRaptorClaw6 years ago
Surfing or Skating?shoud i surf? Or should i skateboard/ I go to the beach once a year for a week so that is surfing, and there is a skate park i pass everyday to school. i have heard skating is hard. i will give you a...
by TylerCapp7 years ago
What is a inexpensive place to travel to that also has great surf?
by Gomarchant8 years ago
Sports are good to your body?When you practice a sport you could think that it's good for your health, isn't it?.
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