Monthly Archives: September 2012

Don’t lie to me boy!

“Don’t lie to me boy, the camera can tell if you’re lying to me!” Was Matty’s introduction to the US of A. Other awkward questions included: “Why have you been travelling for so long!? Surfing? Surfing? what sort of surfing … Continue reading

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adios, chau, hasta luego Mexico

That’s all, its done. Point cranked, tommys left (sorry, but as i’m the only one surfing it i’ll freakin name it what I like) spat out barrels like a….barrel-spitting machine and the beach break….well the beach break was just its … Continue reading

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Timing

Sometimes you’re timings on, sometime you’re like a wayward Wallaby backline. We thought we were killing it heading north to a secret righthand rivermouth just in time for a new swell…but we forgot to check the wind and were greeted … Continue reading

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The kitchen sink

Congratulations to Mr Greg Long – wave of the summer.               photo: Surfline After throwing the kitchen sink at us last weekend only to have disrespectful young punks from Hawaii paddle out on shortboards and Greg Long catch wave of the … Continue reading

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Sanctuary

With a huge swell on the way we had counted on the southern Mexican rights to deliver but a chronic lack of sand rendered sticking around somewhat pointless. So back to Puerto Escondido for the pro-show. And the pro-show it … Continue reading

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Salina Kooks

Once a closely guarded secret, the potential of Southern Mexican righthand point breaks was showcased worldwide in 2006 with the Ripcurl pro held at incredible Barra de la Cruz. It wasn’t long before everyone realised A) It was a once … Continue reading

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