Words: Rachel Lingham Invented by monks and enjoyed all around Portugal, a Pastel de Nata needs to be fresh, fresh, fresh. This usually means they are best first thing in the morning, but some rare gems bake them two or even three times per day. There’s not a lot better in life than a small, perfectly formed […]Read More
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 […]Read More
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 […]
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!