Well I finally did it. Part of the deal, or at least as I understood it, to borrowing my brother-in-laws GoPro was to to get some footage surfing. I finally got it together and took it out with me to see how it would work. I was a little nervous taking it out, so I
Question: What do get when you have a borrowed Gopro,an over zealous dad and MS movie maker ‘free version’? Answer: Fair warning. A typical Sunday in the jungle, grab a board, hop on the quad an catch some waves. Shot on location in Santa Teresa, Costa Rica. Full Version Short Version
We have been getting some pretty solid south swells creeping their way up past Chile but inside the Galapagos with waves up to 3 meters at 185-190 degrees.
I have been blessed with some fun surf almost everyday. The wave out front of the house is a beach-break that is affected by the direction of the swell as much as the sand underneath the water. Right now, during the rainy season there are a lot of new sandbars out front caused by the
Well we finally made it down to the beach house in Santa Teresa, where we will be hanging for the next five months. In the mean time we will check out the community and see if this is where we want to hang our hat for while.
After watching his ol’ dad catch a few waves Eli decided that it was his turn to try out a few moves on the surfboard. The problem is that he still can’t swim even though he is getting more and more comfortable in the water. So right now we are working on balance and coordination.
It took me all but 24 hrs to find the local surf community in Atenas. It turned out that one of the realtors that we used, Andrew Partian with Remax, is a surfer. He ended up putting us in to this great house, and the owner of the house Sebastain is a surfer as well.
I just got back from doing a recon mission down in Costa Rica. I was looking for places to stay and also searching out information in regards to having our second child down there. The private hospitals in Costa Rica are top notch, medical tourism is on the rise and many gringos are starting to
As much as this town as changed, I know that I have changed with it. I am missing my girls and boy, so I sat and listened to a song about a girl named Sofia that looks at the sun to remember her loved ones.
My niece and nephew are in town for the next few days while their parents, my brother and his wife, are at a conference in Murrietta. Amanda is 16 and Justin is 11, they are both nice to have around because we don’t get to spend as much time with them as we use to