South of Santa Teresa

The last week in Santa Teresa the swell has been to big for what the beach can handle. That means that the waves close out a lot. When the swell turned south one morning Giovanni, the owner of the hostel brought me to a point break south of Santa Teresa. It was a nice drive there and we past one of Mel Gibson houses which was located on a top of the hill half way there. We went there when the tied were getting low, and when we got there a sometime perfect right went off. Giovanni and I paddled out and Erica acted photographer for the first time on this trip. God job girl!!!

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A afternoon in Santa Teresa

Now when we spent a couple of days in Santa Teresa everything starts to become everyday. Every morning we wake up at about 6 or 7 am. We cruise down to the beach, Erica takes a morning walk and I’ll go surfing. After that we head back to the hostel for some breakfast. It couldn’t be a better start of the day. After that he rest of the day is just beach time and surfing if the waves are still good. Yesterday afternoon I brought the camera for the sunset and this is we captured.

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That’s all for now


Santa Teresa – The start

After many hours of traveling Erica and I finally got to Costa Rica. Everything we have planed have worked so far, even though we were very close to miss hour flight in New York.
We spent the night in San José after 26 hours of traveling. The next morning we were picked at the hotel and went with shuttle the last couple of hours. The pictures you see is from the ferry to tambor, my new board and the first surf 🙂


Later 😉