I posted it on Facebook with the title: "Lake Hookipa!"
Today it was all another story.
Can't believe so many windsurfers were surprised by this swell. I'm gonna call it the "Windguru Deceived Syndrome".
I could cure it by explaining why it happens, but I've given the WDS speech too many times to my customers already this week and I can't be bothered...
|Looks slightly different, doesn't it? Kai Lenny.|
|very nice legs|
|Looks like Florian Jung healed up allright|
|Ricardo backloop off the lip|
|Julien Taboulet is a charger|
|Well... all these guys are. Graham|
|Katie the cutie is on the island. Here she's having a chat with Boujmaa and the photographer was lucky enough to catch her eyes. Kind of a funny face, but those eyes are something else. She's an Irish doctor and a very sweet girl.|
|All those zoomed in turns never show how crowded the place can get. Ricardo... and 8 other friends!|
My first session was very early at Hookipa. At the beginning we were four: Voget, Fernandez, Browsinho and me, I think.
Other than enjoying the excellent company, I also thoroughly enjoyed the waves, that were very cleen indeed. I'm trying a board that is super fast and I was a bit all over the place. I caught so many waves and had a serious blast.
Sunset session at Kanaha wasn't quite as exciting, but not even remotely close to boring either.
I noticed that when the time for leaving approaches, the whales do this very often.
Yes, they're waving goodbye.
My friend Alessandro made a nice interview with the blog author.
He did a very good job at summarizing my answers. I like it a lot.
Funny how he says that I used to work in the Hi-Tech industry...
How ironical is it that now I work at a surf shop called Hi-Tech?!
Tomorrow is another day. Should be fun too.
Last, and most definitely least, here's a couple of shots of the blog author taken from this gallery of Jimmie Hepp.