Saturday, January 28, 2006
Hookipa Jan 27.
Decently sized waves (check this one) + very offshore wind + a bunch of pros in the water = aerial fest. The best ones below.
I sailed Kuau and, as usual, I didn't like it. They say it takes a few times before you start enjoying the spot. I don't believe it. I'll keep trying, but I think I'll never like it... I'll let the world know on this web site.
Monday, January 23, 2006
I tried to resist to post this one, but I had to do it... it's too beautiful! From Brazil, of course. On the beach at Hookipa on Sunday.
Just to make you guys from around the world dream a little bit... by the way, I'll dream about it too!
Hookipa, sunday Jan 22. The blog owner comes out of a little cut back. Yes, it's a small wave... so what? He's the blog owner!
the reason because I publish this one is to make you appreciate two things:
1) the sunshine in Maui on a January sunday afernoon
2) the beauty of my 8.6 Town & Country. Without any doubt the best board I ever had.
Wonderwoman. Notice the resemblance with the italian actor Chistian de Sica... ops, sorry Michelle... take it as a little price to pay to have made it to the blog.
there she goes. Wonderwoman Michelle made it to the blog again with a nice bottom turn on an overhead wave at Hookipa on Sunday Jan 22
Wednesday, January 18, 2006
I don't have new photos, but now I have high speed cable connection, so I can upload some more photos of Hookipa on Jan 3rd. Enjoy.
Sunday, January 15, 2006
Tuesday, January 10, 2006
I just want to show everybody what I received from my wonderful friend Sharon for my birthday. I do it because I think it's such a great thought (it brought tears to my eyes). I don't need no stupid fancy binoculars (...also because I already have little ones!). For sure, knowing that that money went to buy something useful for a poor kid (like the school chair in the photo), makes more happy than owning something I don't really need...
And I'm posting it on this website so that it may inspire somebody else to do something similar.
Here's what she wrote:"I have learned many things from you. One of them is to not waste food-another is to give to those less fortunate than ourselves. So, the money I would have spent on your binoculars seemed more appropriately donated to unicef. Happy Birthday and lots of love, Sharon"
Thank you Sharon, for the best birthday present I ever had.
Tuesday, January 03, 2006
Sunday, January 01, 2006
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