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Feeding the soul in Portugal

Words: Mhairi MacLeod Portugal is generally known for its peri-peri chicken, fresh seafood and pastel da nata. All considered to be ‘soul food’ of the country – and for good reason. If you find the right chicken shop, seafood restaurant or local bakery you can experience local chefs and bakers putting their passion into their […]

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Reflections on Peru

Earlier this year we took a small team of people out to surf one of South America’s most iconic destinations: Chicama. It was pretty great – really great, in fact, and so we’re going back! Interested in joining us?! Here’s Min, one of our hosts, telling you what you’re in for…

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Surfers hold hands sitting on surfboards

Quiet Time – Why Portugal In The Autumn

This summer we’ve been busy popping-up on the South Coast of Portugal’s Algarve, hosting a series of surf and yoga weeks. And we’re pretty stoked to say we’re not done yet – we’ve still got a week in October to come, and another in November (spaces available on both – get in touch…) Rachel, our […]

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How to Set up a Tropical Business, Surf & Practice Yoga Daily – Part Three

But I don’t know how to do anything else. It’s all very well leaving everything behind, travelling thew world and having a wonderful time but if you don’t actually get around to doing something new and different and just have a few drinks, some lie-ins and a bit of a laugh you’ll end up going back […]

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Guest Reviews

One of the last locations in a world of quickly dwindling uncrowded tropical surf destinations. The Andaman Islands  – remote, wild, pristine. 10ft, grinding, Indo style barrels for 10 days straight? Probably not. Great waves with a great crew at exotic, unspoiled, empty breaks? Definitely!

Tom Fekete