Langre is a (I’m sorry) one horse town in the middle of northern Spain, between Gijon and Bilbao, next to Santander. Green meadows and in the distance you can see the Picos de l’europa with their maybe snow-covered peaks. Langre has an extremely beautiful bay with great waves – in it’s neighborhood there’s nothing except Boris’ Liquid Surfcamp a few farms – the right place to chill and switch off. The best thing is: Most of the time you have the bay just for yourself.
The bay is also good for SUP. My friends offer SUP-classes regularly: https://www.facebook.com/NordshoreSurfschuleHamburg
Even when you’re traveling you don’t have to do it without your vegan lifestyle. Lili tells you here, how she and her family handle it.
Driving In Indonesia
A little bit off-topic, but I think it’s super funny, because it’s true. You know what they say, “if you can drive in Indonesia, you can drive anywhere!”. In truth, if you’re an expert ‘Indonesian driver’ then you probably shouldn’t have a license and you probably shouldn’t drive in any other country.
What Fees Are Actually Worth Paying for?
Fees are the reality of flying today, and it’s left us with a whole bunch of “to pay,” or “not to pay” questioning. So, which extras are actually worth paying for?
Bali Trash Tubes
Rubbish and trash is not only a Balinese problem. But as I was there, I realized that you can sometimes see it there especially clear.
Are you in LOVE with the Ocean?
In the month of love Abby likes to remind herself of the oceans powerful and mystifying beauty that brings so many different people from all walks of life together, to enjoy one thing.
Why Travel Is Good For Your Dreams
Travel can provide the opportunity to think about who you really are, apart from what you’re already doing or comfortable with, and provide new air in which to think more clearly about what you really want to pursue.
Travel With A Skateboard
When you want to take your skateboard with you, these 6 tips will be helpful.
Surfing-Highlights 2014 – A Visual Review
2014 was a big year for surfing. It’s the year that everything went that little bit further into the mainstream. It’s the year that Brazil won its first World Title. It’s the year that the ASP died. It’s the year that Kelly didn’t win half the contests, always. It’s the year that John John Florence claimed the unofficial title of best surfer in the world. Here, O’Neill looks back on some of their favorite moments from the memorable year of 2014.