We took two taxis and a bus from Costa Rica to reach Mark & Dave’s in Nicaragua. It was a detour for us but it was so worth going a bit north again to hook up with these guys. Margaret and Matt who owns and runs Bing Surfboards had gathered a group of people who
Petter and I are back to normal again. Or not normal, I don’t think we will ever be normal after this trip. Whatever normal is… But we’re working full time on a project together that not involves this blog, it’s very exiting! However we don’t want the blog to be filled with boring pictures of
I fell in love with the Bing Swee´Pea, so I just had to take one of them with me. This is such an awesome board and I can’t wait to try it in the Swedish surf, I have the feeling it will work so good! Thin, wide, flat, playful and soooo fast. This is a 5’8
We spent a lot of time at that amazing beach break in Costa Rica, we where acutally there for three whole weeks and got to excperience the local easter celebrations and all. But we are in a hurry to show you our whole travel route, actually we only have three nights left on our trip,
Went down for a session at popoyo, we grabbed some waves but it was crowded so we decided to try the inside of that gnarly outside reef people have talked so much about. It waas amaazing.
Some more Nicaraguan sunset pictures..
The sunsets are amazing here, overlooking the magnific rock. Really enjoyed them. This one was one of those sunsets that shakes you up and reminds you how beautiful life is, how fortunate we are.. Thank you for following our adventures!
The chicken bus took us to Rivas in south Nicaragua. From there we took a cab out to the magnificent rock, overlooking the rock Jackson and his family has build a beautiful hotel with rooms for all kind of people; penthouse suit, doorm rooms and apartments with kitchens. If you walk ten minutes down the
Organization is the key to easy travel. This year we have been traveling to more places that ever before and doing short stops here and there = unpacking and then packing it all again x 50. We’re lucky to have a range of Sea to Summit’s traveling light gear to help us! Now I can’t