I have been surfing this little wedge for 30 years now, sorry… Every now and then some small cats try to scrach my feathers. I hope I hold on a couple of more years. My friend Zé dos Cães went crazy, Xana is dead, it´s only me now… The crowd is getting out of hand.
Surfer magazine dudes called this the wedge, like newport beach, they said. The sand politicians dumped here made it longer, but fun. All kind of kooks surf it, sup it and bodyboard it. It´s too much sometimes.
Here is Maria, daughter of Joao Rosario, former portuguese spearfishing champion. Beware. She was into sailing, but started surfing full on an year ago. Its a blessing to have her big smile in the water.
Brek: How long have you been surfing?
M: 1 year
Brek: Do you remmember your first good ride?
M: No but I have some fun ones stuck in my head!
Brek: What´s your regular spot?
M: Praia da Rocha.
Brek: What´s your favourite type of surfboard?
Brek: Have you had any trouble in the water?
M: Cold water is not for me.
Brek: Where was the best session you had lately?
M: Chambre d’Amour,France nice tubes, glass, hot water and a bunch of friends.
Brek: What´s your favorite food?
M: Anything but meat, seafood is perfect for me.
Brek: Any message you want to leave for the surf community?
Feeling way happier and healthier, thanks Kelly for the tip! This last picture was taken after a big lunch, we call it sardinhada. I ate sardines, salad a little bit of bread and drank wine! I am just cutting on carbohydrates. Last night had a couple of beers too and Gin tonic, eheh! Need to surf more though. Happy cleansing guys!
Doing good on my first master cleanse. Feeling light, calm with clear vision. The only shit is the shit: getting rid of it… The salt water flush is quite effective, but is always a pain. Don´t know about the Senna tea I am taking, it´s not doing much. Also got this white tongue, but it´s normal in this detox. Apart from that honkydonky don´t even think about food or craving of any kind, even beer!
Use only none iodonized salt and never table salt for this, two tea spoons in a litre.
“We were referred to a surf photographer João Bracourt AKA ‘’Brek’’. Brek was keen on the idea of being our host and accepted to bring us to his secret spot. Our mind was blown by the beauty of the landscape and our tastebuds were in paradise. We were blessed!” Travel Basecamp
Had the pleasure to host this guys around Sagres and showing them a bit of perceves picking, check it out!
Got to shoot Pauline Ado for a couple of days down south, France was cold she said. She suffered a bit: first car acident, rocky dirt roads and empty scary pointbreaks. I am glad Remi, his boyfriend didnt punch me. Surf Girl says they want to publish the pics! Thanks Pedro João for the pics.