Wavehuntress’ Week

3 Travel Tips To Live By So Everyday Life Can Be An Adventure

There are many lessons to be learned from traveling. While Lindsay doesn’t necessarily think a week-long trip can transform who you are, she does believe, collectively, travel experiences can. Here she shares three travel lessons she learned from those experiences, which can also be applied to everyday life at home:

6 Life-Saving Travel Accessories Under $10

You know that feeling you get when, just as you get to the airport, you realize you forgot your phone charger? Well, while it’s a heart-sinking feeling, it’s not a matter of life and death. Except for your cell phone battery, anyway. But when it comes to matters of life, death, and just general safety on vacation, some of the smallest investments can reap the greatest rewards. To help you spend and pack wisely, here’s a list of 12 travel accessories under $10 that will absolutely save your bacon — because no bacon should ever be squandered..

Surfboard Bags

Board bags are pretty self explanatory but it is important to get the right bag for the job. There are loads of different styles and types of bags out there to choose from. Check out here which one is the best for you:

The Most Hardcore Methods for Finding Cheap Flights

The best way to get the cheapest flight is to search for alternate days and alternate airports, right? Wrong. Well, it’s not a terrible strategy if you don’t want to spend a lot of time booking a flight; it is certainly the least hassle. But here are some simple tricks to get a cheap flight:

Recipe: Gluten-Free, Vegan, No-Bake Superfood Bars

Perfect for traveling. These gluten-free vegan no-bake superfood bars are so easy to make, super delicious, and healthy for your mind, body, and spirit!

How To Catch A 20 Footer

Why would anyone wanna ride a 20-foot wave? Why not? What kinda reason could you make up not to ride the wave of your life? Shane Dorian tells you how to get the ride of your life (even if the thought of 20 feet makes you pale to the gills)

10 Most Unbelievable Places that really Exist

Nature has always been my subject because nothing and no one can ever compare to the beauty of nature. There are so many amazing things in the world that really exist and that which are not easily captured. So many places that we thought only exist in fairy tale books and fantasies…Some are bizarre, some are exotic,most are magical and beautiful, others are horrifying and a good portion are awe-inspiring…Well not anymore because this hub will show you that mystic and magical places do exist in real life

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Healthy eating: Chili con Curry

I love Chili and I love Curry – so why don’t combine it? – I thought to myself “Why not try it.” And this try was so good, that I want to share it with you.

Chili con Curry

You need:

  • 2 onions
  • 2 garlic cloves
  • 2 chili (red and yellow)
  • 2 bell pepper (red and yellow)
  • 2-3 tablespoons soy sauce
  • 1 can kidney beans
  • 1 big can chickpeas
  • 1 can chopped tomatoes
  • 2-3 tablespoons tomato paste
  • ½ can coconut milk
  • Salt, Chili- and Currypowder


Mince the onions, the garlic and the chili and fry it in a large pan with enough oil. First add the chili and the curry powder, then the diced bell pepper. Fry it for a little while and deglaze it with the soy sauce. Now add the drained kidney beans and chickpeas and fill it with the chopped tomatoes and the coconut milk.


Stir well, thereby stir in the tomato paste and cook for about 20 minutes. Stir from time to time, to avoid getting burnt. Finally, spice it up just like you like it. Voila!



I made also some soy meat and mixed it to the finished dish. Fits great

Enjoy cooking and…

stay stoked and hang loose

Wavehuntress’ Week

7 Reasons Why Staying In A Hostel Is Always Better Than A Hotel

Hotels are great for a few occasions. But, if you’re under the age of 30, you’re missing out if you’re staying in a hotel. From the people to the parties, there’s so much happening in other modes of travel lodging of which you could be a part. Here is why staying in a hostel is always better:

24 Signs You’re A Good Traveler

You may love to travel, but just because you enjoy taking vacations and visiting far-flung destinations doesn’t mean you’re good at it. Unfortunately, simply liking travel isn’t enough. There are a few traits that every good traveler should possess.

How to Earn Money While Traveling

Traveling the world is an exciting affair where you get to pack up your belongings, carry them on your back and hit the road not knowing quite where it’ll take you! But let’s face it, you can’t travel for too long without that cold hard cash! Here’s a brief overview how you can finance your trip abroad:

How to Do a Cross Step

You ever wanted to learn how to cross step on your longboard? Watch Katrinas video, where she’s talking about girl surfers cross stepping techniques:

20 Things Every Smart Traveler Should Know

Matt has been thinking a lot about what makes a good traveler lately. Usually, those thoughts tend to go into higher levels of personal philosophy and self-improvement. At its base though, no matter where we go, there are a few things we should all know — not just to make us better travelers, but better people. Here are his top 20:

The In-Betweens of Traveling

Your flight is delayed? You’re spending way too much time at an empty train station because services only run once every three hours? You’re frustrated because there just seems to be too much time going wasted before you can kick off the real adventure? Here’s how you can appreciate these moments.


How to: Travel With Your Surfboard

When you own a surfboard, of course you want to take it with you on your next surftrip. Your board should arrive there just as healthy and safety like you. Unfortunately, it is known, that many airlines do not treat the luggage very well, so I show you this time in a step by step guide how you can make your board ready to fly.

Step by Step Guide: How to prepare your surfboard for a flight

Step 1: Check the baggage policy

First you should check if it’s possible to take your board with you and how much it will cost you. This page provides a good and comprehensive overview of many airlines, what they allow and how much they charge for the transport. Check also the baggage policy on your airlines webpage. Here they will also let you know if a reservation for your luggage is required.

Step 2: A good board bag is mandatory

Now that you know you can take your board with you, you should pack it safely. A good board bag is half the battle. But also the way how you pack your board is crucial.


Step 3: Remove Leash, Fins and Wax

If there is still wax on the board, remove it. Otherwise it maybe sticks melted in your board bag later. The Fins can break off during transport broken, so simply unscrew them with a Fin-Key. Also remove the leash from your Board.

Step 4: Protect Rails, Tail and Nose

The nose and the tail are particularly vulnerable. You can protect them with foam-pipes from the hardware store, which you usually use for the insolation of pipes. Cut them on one side, pull it over nose, rails and tail and fix it with tape. If you don’t have a hardware store nearby, you can also roll a towel and use this instead. To avoid residual glue, you can wrap your board cling film before. To avoid plastic waste, I refrain and remove any residue with nail polish remover.


Step 5: Pack and Stuff

For this reason – no plastic waste – I don’t use bubble wrap. I use clothes and towels instead to cushion my board. Wrap your Board into it and fix it with tape. If you have a board sock, put it over your board now. The well-padded surfboard now comes in the board bag. Fill free spaces with other clothes or towels.


Step 6: Nothing forgotten?

Check again if you have Fins, Fin-key and leash. It would be annoying to forget those things. And also don’t forget the tape so that you can prepare your board again for your flight back.


Now your board should be good enough packed to survive the flight unscathed. So good and safe trip and see you in the line up!

stay stoked and hang loose

Wavehuntress’ Week

Get Your Phone Ready For Travel

Get your Android phone ready for travelling with a few tips, tricks and travel apps well worth downloading.

40 Life Lessons Learned In One Long Year Dedicated To Getting Fit

Jack sits in front of his TV watching “Seinfeld” covered in Doritos crumbs at 2 am, as he decided: „That’s it; I’m going to get fit now“. After a year he resumes the Life-lessons he learned in and shares them with you.

5 Ways Travel Brings Out The Best In You

Traveling changes people. When you’re in a foreign country or another city, you become a different person, with an entirely different aura. When you’re at home, you live a life of routine: wake up, go to school or work, come home, sleep, repeat. You rarely take risky opportunities and instead rely on rational decision making instead of impulse.

11 Reasons Why Travel Makes You a Happier Person

Travel is good for lots of things, but it can also increase mental well-being – and not just in the short-term. Whether you’re traveling for business, on a one-week family holiday, or have sold everything to pursue a life on the road, traveling can make you a happier person by building self-confidence, providing new experiences and memories, breaking routine and allowing you to meet people from all over the world.

10 Rules For Dating A Pro Surfer

Dating a Surfer is hard – there’s always the ocean and the waves between you. Dating a Pro Surfer is even harder. Read here Ashleys 10 rules for dating a pro surfer:

7 Best Excuses Not to Surf Big Waves

Let’s be honest: Big waves are scary. They are big, for starters. They can hold you underwater for long periods of time and deprive you of valuable oxygen. They can make you panic and fear for your life. It’s handy to have a few foolproof excuses in your locker whenever the waves get big.

Design Guide : Tail Shapes

Last week SurfGirlMag started its Design Guide with the Surfboard-Design. This week it’s getting more detailed. Read here all about tail shapes: