Wavehuntress’ Week

Everything You Need to Know About Using Smartphones When You Travel

Since we all want our smartphone to work when we travel, Matt has put together a guide covering everything you need to know to get your smartphone working, one way or another, when you’re on the road.

The Wanderlust Gene: Why Some People Are Born To Travel

Whether you call it wanderlust, a love of travel or regular old curiosity – the fact remains the same: Your hunger to explore simply cannot be quenched, no matter how many vacations or journeys you take. Is it really in our genes?

27 Signs You’re A Born Explorer

Is it in your genes? If you’re not sure whether or not you’re a born explorer and you’ve always wanted to know (which is probably most people, right?) here comes this alarmingly accurate little list to help you figure out what side of the proverbial explorer fence you fall on.

10 Lessons Learned From Traveling Alone

Traveling increasingly often without a companion – Niles solo travels taught her quite a lot of things. Here she is sharing some of the most memorable lessons she learned over the course of her travels:

Surf Tips for Surf girls

Being a beginner surfer is hard, theres loads of wipe outs, missed waves, many techniques to master and obviously loads of smiles when you get it right. Here are some of the common problems beginners have out in the water and some solutions to help you iron out those mistakes and progress every surf.

10 Reasons Why You Should Quit Your Job And Travel The World

How many times have you stared at your computer screen, wishing you could quit your job and travel the world? People talk of quitting those jobs all the time, but how many actually take that leap? Well, it’s more than you might expect.

6 Post Surf Yoga Stretches That Feel Great

Surfing requires a lot of paddling. Your shoulders and your back are constantly active, rotating forward. No wonder your muscles get sore! Here are some yoga poses to stretch and release deep muscle tension.