I love flying. Not just being in the air. I love the whole thing. Even security control (well, maybe not in USA) and the waiting, I love the waiting. Is that weird? I love it because I’m on my way somewhere and all I got is my passport, a piece of paper and my hand
Got the opportunity to join my friend Wenche for a stop over in New York. Wenche works as a stewardess for SAS and we had some really fun hours in the big apple. We had dinner at Spice Market in Meatpacking District. After some really good food we enjoyed the city that never sleeps.
We met two awesome girls on our way trough central america. They are living their dream as surfers in Mexico, Costa Rica, Hawaii and The Bahamas, spending their days in the surf, every day. We shared some awesome waves with them, shot some film and it wasn’t until now we finally cut it into a
Visiting California last year gave me so much. An insight to the surfing culture. A place where creativity flows and cool people grow on trees. A place where surfboards is still shaped by hand and you rather not surf with a leash. A place where the people who started this whole stoked business is still alive. Would never
Is mind blowing..
Longing ourslefes away to hot water again by looking at hot & glassy.. How can you not. Thank’s Salt Surf for sharing. And thank’s again Kurdoroy for making these nice little reminders, they really lighten up gray cold winter days in Sweden, a lot. Hot and Glassy – Sea Movies from www.KORDUROY.tv on Vimeo.
Our friend Isreal sure knows how to surf.. Video by Ed of Quality Peoples. Israel Preciado from Ed Fladung on Vimeo. Makes me wanna go to Mexico and sign up for noseriding school with Isreal. If you’re going to Mexico and need a good surf coach, guide or a nice dude check out his homepage
We might re-visit these guys in Cali this Christmas but nothing is sure yet.. Miss the vibes.