fredag 4 november 2011

Maui 2011, day 12

After a long breakfast (as always) on our lovely shady sea view blacony we filled up our Dodge Caravan with winsurfing gear, two boogie boards and a 7'9" mini malibu and went to Hookipa beach park at 10:30. Pretty crappy wind swell waves but lots of surfers out. Then a huge dark cloud rolled in from the east and soon we sat in the van all four looking out through a rain-wet wind sheild. Then Tormod called and said he was going to the south side for some surfing. We decided to join.

After filling som gas half way we arrived at Launiupoko Beach Park; sunny, light offshore winds and nice little waves rolling in. Kids in the water in no time while I got the first shot on the mini malibu. After a few waves Lukas wanted to try the board and I helped him catch some small waves. He was really stoked as he managed to stand up and ride the wave all the way into the beach. Then his tiny little arms paddeled right out again to catch another one, and another one, and an...

During the day the sun kept shining, the wind dropped and the waves got better and better as the tide went out. We all got our waves and Rasmus worked his boogie hard in the shore break. We didn't see much of Tormod though since he was out surfing for five hours non-stop (he is going home tomorrow so i can't blame him...)

After a real surfers lunch (cold pasta and canned tuna) we went on surfing until the sun began to set and we went back for some shopping at Safeway. Food shopping is more fun when you're hungry and we came home with all kinds of healthy and not so healthy stuff. The brownies here are unreal!! Got home at 7, had some semi-healthy stuff and dropped dead.

Maui no ka oi!

1 kommentar:

  1. Underbart Mattias. Maui är underbart, bara byta sida när det inte passar.


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