Here are some photos from Wednesday late afternoon session.
Andres, when the wind was still cranking.
Me and Kauli (it's a thrill just to write that...)
Carbon copy of the previous turn. Way too early, way too downwind of the peak... and there's not even Kauli on the background!
Levi shows me how to do it.
And Eyal too.
6.05 The conditions are improving (and my turns too).
6.13 This is the last photo my friend took, before a squall came and he had to leave.
After that there were four sailors left in the water (me, Levi and two others) and for twenty more minutes we had consistent logo high superclean sets. Surfers were out at green trees, so we only had the last bowl, but it was a freaking blast.
Levi was screaming "sooo good" and that should give you an idea of how really good it was. Luck, somebody said. The power of knowledge, I replied...
Thursday was another phenomenal session, with light offshore wind and clean big waves. Hookipa supercrowded (I guess I was wrong, assuming that the photoshoots were over), I sailed down the coast and had another magnificent session.
Now the wind is going to really get light (maybe another scholg and surf sesh this afternoon?) and I'm off to Hana for the weekend. But first to surfing this morning before work.