Spain, Surfing

waves of las canteras


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Las Canteras is a 4 km long beach and the city’s waterhole, luckily my aunt’s apartment is just next to it. Most of the beach is protected from the waves by a reef, but in the corner the waves are breaking.

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We walked here everyday and it was always a surprise to see how the waves looked.

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Sunna and I went to a surf school like 5 years ago and she haven’t surfed since, fun to see how fast she picked it up again. Emma had been on one weeks surf school with swedish Surfakademin and I was surprised how much she learned about currents, etiquette, high and low tides etc etc. More surf schools like that to the people!

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The waves reminded me of this session in Nicaragua  minus the sun and a surf pro..

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It’s a cool feeling surfing in a city and not a distant beach, very different.

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