Getting a few winter waves
In the surf again today, 4 degrees air and 10 degrees sea, it actually felt ok. I didn’t bother with a hoody, Lauren scored a few nice long board waves at Newquay’s not-so-secret spot, with some good waist high lefts. Lauren did wear her hoody!
Later I went off to Watergate and scored a few good head high waves on my retro 6″4 fish. Not to many people out.
There is a lot of sand up the beach this winter because we haven’t had any real big surf over the last few months, which usually rips the sand out from the top of the beach.
If you want surfing conditions better than this,….. it’s usually a good idea to book a surfing holiday to a quality surf break abroad. Our surfing holidays to France and South Africa visit the best places to surf at the most consistent time of year. We know our surfing destinations really well, and very importantly, we know under what conditions each spot works best. This means every day we can assess the surf, and find the best spot for a clean wave, and take you there! Add the element of sunny weather and our adventure holidays are the perfect surfing holiday!
So come along this September (2011) on our France surf holiday, or the following May (2012) on our South Africa surfing holiday to Jeffrey’s Bay.