Michael Scott Moore takes readers through a history of surfing in his surprising and superbly written travelogue Sweetness and Blood.
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Surfing the Severn Bore Gloucestershire, England. Surfing an unusual river in England when the tide is just right, only one of a few surf spots on a river.
A guide to San Mateo County in California, including a description of Mavericks, the most famous wave in surfing, when to go and advice from local surfers.
Catch a wave and read about one travelers experience surfing in Hawaii.
Kook: an excerpt from Peter Heller’s book about learning to surf in Mexico
The author takes a bus eight hours out of Quito to the surfing village of Canoa, Ecuador and finds great waves, cool people and a chance to volunteer.
In sleepy Santa Teresa, on Costa Rica’s Pacific Coast, there are two things that people do most…surfing and yoga. The laid-back lifestyle is tempting.
A small island, the farthest east in the Philippines, is Siargao Island, where you can surf, enjoy barbeque, or just relax on Cloud 9 beach.
Nosara Costa Rica –Yoga, Surfing in a tropical oasis with gorgeous beaches and world class fishing and most of all relaxing at this laid-back spot.
Inner Mongolia: Surfing on Singing Sands. Sharon Lim and her family visit a theme park in the Chinese desert.
Couchsurfing | Dominic DeGrazier finds hospitality and friendship in Mexico City though a travel networking website, CouchSurfing.com.
In Salt and Silver, a cooking and travel book, Johannes (Jo) Riffelmacher and Thomas (Cozy) Kosikowski set off to surf the Galapagos, cook and learn.