- LA and OUT
- Southbound and down
- Hey buddy, can ya spare some change?
- central coast cruisin
- Don’t lie to me boy!
- adios, chau, hasta luego Mexico
- The kitchen sink
- Salina Kooks
- MexPipe and left points?
- “If you’re up for adventure take the boat”
- Prodding the tiger
- Crashing down
Monthly Archives: July 2012
Pavones. Central America’s answer to Chicama. Not quite as long (~1.1 km cf. 2.2) and a bit sectiony when small owing to the point’s flat orientation but with a hollow inside section and backed by Costa Rican jungle it is … Continue reading
After several months of busing, hitching and walking through South America the prospect of buying a car and roadying up through central was Very attractive. Cars turned out to be a bit harder to come by in Panama than anticipated … Continue reading
We do this every time. A week or two on the coast, early to bed, wake, surf, eat, surf, surf, blah blah then decide to head to somewhere touristy for a few days change of scene. And every time we … Continue reading
After a pretty gross overnighter from Peru into Ecuador the slide exits South America and begins the Central leg. Panama City is a cross between Miami apartment tower and Rio slum and after the mandatory Panama Canal visit we’re pretty … Continue reading
Last days in Lobitos, roadie fail, rig jump V2, police still staking out Casona, round 2, leaving friends, loose in mancora, Timmy late night dolphin surf, body hurting – not 21 anymore, glad to escape, overnight to Equador, time to … Continue reading
With a big swell finally due there was one point in North Peru that I still really wanted to surf. My success rate on roadies has been pretty good so far on this trip (see: Chicama and Crown Jewels) but … Continue reading
And things in Lobitos just keep getting stranger… Sitting on the front deck of La Casona a couple of mornings ago enjoying some post-surf sunshine when we’re stormed by 20 police with dogs and 6 municipality officials wielding warrants and … Continue reading