pics from our time in El tunco, El Salvador
On the road again! We are doing like 4 days nights at every property we stay at, we have found that’s the perfect time to get to know a place, and capture it. This is our safety guard protecting us and our vehicle when we bought bus tickets. We are so used to this now.
What a day! The bus to Nicaragua was gonna leave at 11:30, but didn’t show up until 17:15.. We spent the whole day at a gas station. Really! We got there at 10 since we wanted to be in good time and not miss the bus.. All in all seven hours in which e got
Surfing right in front of the pool felt pretty good. Luxury for Linn to who could sit and shoot us with her feet in it, or just take a dip whenever she felt for it.
I made this balcony to my little office. I could see everything I cared about from here; the sunset, the pool and the boys in the surf. When they were finished they walked in to the cute town of El Cuco and bought “pupusas” for dinner. Really enjoyed the time here!
Last year me and Nick shared a tube together, I went left and Nick went right, both barreling the perfect indonesian wave. It was soo insane, still can’t believe it. Since than we are tube-brothers. This year we shared a book together. Maybe not as intriguing, but now we are book-brothers too!
Nick our good friend from home joined us on our mission down south to shoot these amazing properties. He’s been working as a pro property photographer in Sweden, so when he wanted to join we saiid oh yes! But he’s still jet lagged, and Linn is so tired so both of them have been sleeping
We were worried if we would get to Las Flores before dark, it’s soo far out in nowhere just next to the Nicaraguan border. Luckily we arrived just in time to spend and hour or so enjoying the afternoon light. And the place we’re staying at, Vista Las Olas, woow it’s amazing. We hanged in
When we got back to El Tunco, after a very expensive taxi trip since no chicken bus was running, we met up with Nick and had some fish tacos/burritos at our favorite place and then the transport Nick had booked arrived; a mini bus with a very sleepy driver.. I was afraid he was gonna
This was a tricky wave, if you where lucky enough to avoid hitiing a rock in the fall, you still had a supper strong current taking you strait towards a cliff wall with giant waves smashing against it. Not our cup of tea.