Valentines Day gifts for him and her

Valentines Day gifts for him and her underwater shoot At Oahu Surfing Experience, we can honestly say, we know about passion. We practically eat, sleep and breath the ocean. It is our life-force and a big part of our driving motivation. Deep in this vast and at times lonely expanse known as the

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Dehydration and Surfing

Dehydration and Surfing Splash never turn your back to the ocean You may not know it now, but as surfers we sweat in the water. What people really don’t realize (or at least someone who hasn’t surfed before), is that surfing is one of the most anaerobic, physical, intense workouts one could ever

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first ever Peahi Challenge

first ever Peahi Challenge With all the, “Most giant El Nino ever” hype surrounding this years 2015 Hawaii big wave winter season, it only makes sense that the first ever Peahi Challenge is scheduled and set to run today, Sunday December 6. Bright eyed and bushy tailed with an early 7:30am

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ESA All Stars Hawaii Experience

ESA All Stars Hawaii Experience The girls getting Shacked I think it’s fair to say, that this years ESA All Stars Hawaii Experience was a complete success. The Eastern Surfing Association All-Star Team has just had and finished their yearly pilgrimage to the north shore and with some genuine,

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wave carnage in Hawaii

wave carnage in Hawaii Bike path destruction from wave carnage Check out the recent wave carnage in Hawaii. Some are saying it was the biggest swell in 18 years. Was it ?? No one really knows, but what we do know, is that there was some real damage going down on the North Shore. The surf was

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Waimea Bay on Oahu

Waimea Bay on Oahu Baby chickens cruising with the mom at Waimea beach park The best way to sum up or to describe Waimea Bay on Oahu is, that it’s a magnificent, all-around, natural auditorium (arena). Even better and more simply put; She’s a perfect phenomena! During the right season (summer

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Eddie went picture blog

Eddie went picture blog Clyde Aikau about to paddle out 66 years old You could smell the sea salt in the air that day; the energy was like no other. As the morning light dawned on the waves at Waimea, even an uneducated, non-surf layman could gather that the waves were already really Big and

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