Most wipeouts are hardly anything special or dangerous. Wipeout is more similar to a flying squirrel launching off the board. Certainly it looks funny. Because it is uncertain and unknown, it makes you kind of fall in love with them. You have to let yourself go. You can’t do anything about wipeouts. You just fall. Free fall. So we just embrace them.
- Go down to the beach and enjoy your surf, tanning or other beach activity
- On the way back from the beach, when you notice trash in the sand, grab it and throw it in the trash.
You don’t have to haul bags of trash from the beach, only one or two pieces. But if you do it every time you walk back and if almost everyone does it beaches will be clean and safe environment.
Make a difference!
Do you have any plans for summer? Well, I give you idea. You should spend summer surfing in south of France. In Seignosse. Imagine, how cool is that? With all the other cool surf dudes and girls. Get some salt into your hair, wear shorts and flipflops. Get brown and tanned all over the body. Wake in the morning to get some waves, have breakfast and then go get some more waves, afternoon nap and then more waves, lunch, dinner, more and more waves and ocean and salt and sand.
Oh you don’t know how to surf, no worries, mate. We will teach you, our surf teachers will teach you and trust me, you will have fun from the first moment you get on the board. Oh you know how to surf, well then grab your board or rent from us and we we provide you with accommodation and food. Easy.
- One week accommodation with breakfast and dinner included is only 250 euros.
- One week accommodation and food with three days of surf lessons is just 425 euros.
It will be awesome summer on France full of surf and parties and waves and surf. Amazing eh!
We had some really nice waves here in Seignosse. Bodyboarders had barreles, young boys were doing amazing aerials and longboarders their nose rides. Sand was hot. Perfect Sunday. Now we sit and listen some Burkinabè music. Good to finish your this weeks surf with some mandinka tunes from Victor Démé. We talk about our dreams, where we gonna surf next time. Maybe somewhere deep in African coast.