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wanted to go and see for ourselves. We’d asked everyone we could, but no one had any real information. Plans were made and they fell through. New ideas to get there kept popping up. None of them ever seemed realistic. We knew a boat was the best option, but getting any kind of boat there was going to be difficult. Then everything fell into place. READ MORE
SURFING AT MUNICH AIRPORT
Did you know that you can surf during your layover at Munich Airport? No kidding! If you’re lucky enough to visit or have a connecting flight through Munich Airport during summer months, you can surf! We’re guessing this will make many a surf traveler happy.
Even though we all dream of living on the beach, we can’t all afford a million dollar dream house. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t homes out there that can get you near a quality wave without breaking the bank. From the Gold Coast to Puerto Rico, here are some of the most affordable pieces of real estate from around the world that have access to absolutely amazing surf.
You might think that Puerto Rico’s foodie fame hasn’t changed since the Pina Coladawas born out of a publicity stunt at the Caribe Hilton’s iconic Beachcomber Bar in San Juan in August of 1954 – or was it 1953 – when Roman “Monchito” Marrero – or Ramon Mingot – combined Coco Loco with local rum inside a coconut, and got the whole island buzzing – and buzzed. But you’d be wrong. Over the last decade, Puerto Rico has become the Culinary Capitol of the Caribbean. READ MORE
Most surfers dream of living at the beach. For some, that dream might entail living in a little cottage by the sea. For others it might mean literally sleeping in a hammock in the sand. Yet for others, the surfer’s dream means a multi-million dollar palace steps away from a world-class wave. Whatever your dream may be, here are ten of the most incredible surf houses from across the world that are on the market right now.
Life is all about making the most of what you’ve got and Joel den-Besten is a testament to that. Like all his good mates back in Australia, Joel lives to surf. He eats, sleeps and breathes it. When he moved with his wife to Sweden, sure, it was an adjustment. But like all good adventures, it just takes a bit of adapting to the conditions, maybe getting some new equipment and generally… just going for it. Here’s Joel’s story READ MORE
Surf Air, a new subscription-based airline, has taken flight in California. It serves secondary markets and offers a unique alternative to traditional commercial aviation, as well as private aviation. Instead of buying an individual airline ticket on a traditional carrier, Surf Air requires a monthly subscription of $1,750. It gives travelers unlimited flights in its network, which is currently limited to California and Las Vegas via a partnership with a different company. Other perks include free parking, bypassing TSA security, and good seats, as every seat is both a window and an aisle. READ MORE
If you’re looking for an awesome Mexican villa or bungalow just steps from multiple world class waves, this development at Troncones Beach might just be for you. Imagine having all the comforts of home, including plenty of authentic and international restaurants, surf shops, activities and infrastructure, but with thin crowds, unspoiled beaches and perfect waves, like Troncones Point, La Saladita, The Ranch and La Boca. Visit BeachRealEstateMexico.com for lots more info.