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Ten tips for surfing on a shoestring   I don’t know about you but I’m not rich. And let’s face it, if you spend more than four hours a week in the water, you probably aren’t either. Maybe it’s because surfing is so much more fun than work, or maybe the lifestyle just attracts the less employable. Whatever. The point is surfers tend to be poor. And wet. So how do you make the most of it? Well you probably know a fair few tricks already, but here are my top ten ways to bodge your life and make a road...
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Me, myself and me again Where to start….. My name is Tad Drogomirecki (seems like a probable place); I was born 28th july 1989 and have lived in Westward Ho since then. I joined W.S.C (Westward Surf Club) when I was 13 years old and have never looked at any other sport the same. Surfing has taken over my life to the extent that I have even skipped great opportunities of work because my favourite spot was firing at 6ft with light off shores (well worth it). I’ve lost a lot of friends due to my passion for surfing as it...
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How it all started... I've always loved brightening something up that seemed a bit boring, or making it more feminine. I bought a pack of Posca pens (surf art pens) off the internet; I'd highly recommend them to anyone that was thinking of giving it a go! So once they arrived I just thought "hey I am no artist but why not give it a go!". My first personal little project was a paddle, it was my boyfriends but he gave it to me and put a pink handle on it, which inspired me to carry on the feminine theme throughout...
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Is it worth getting the Dive Housing for my Go Pro one or two?... take a look and decide for yourself! I was unsure if i should bother buying a dive housing for my Go Pro (original, so old school) before leaving to the crystal clear waters of Australia ..But now I am so glad I did! Before buying it I did a few days research on how much difference it makes having a flat lens with the dive housing rather than the using the original housing with dome lens (that seems to have major focusing problems underwater). And do you...
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As much as I whine about cities they are definitely an experience not to be missed, especially central Hong Kong. Today we took a trip to an overcrowded cattle market or should I say central Hong Kong Central. One minute you feel you're standing next to an open sewer, the next in a bowl of Chinese goodness.  Feeling like a typical tourist, as we did the typical 'iPhone snapshots' of each other standing outside various monuments in Hong Kong, such as the Man Mo Temple (which is beautiful and I will come back to later).... we decided we'd done the tourist bit...
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Every break page has the traditional style table view at a click of a button. To get the Day View click the 'Day Table' button, and to get the Week View click the 'Week Table' button and it will expand all the data. The photo example shows the Week View, notice the current data/time slider selection is shown in orange. You can also click on the time your interested in and the break page will update the Wave, Wind and Tide data....
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Did you know....? with Hotswell.com you can compare all your surf breaks in an area by scrubbing the time line bar (top of photo). See how all the breaks are working and compare them over the next 7 days without leaving the page. You can:-- View the time line slider colour blocks to see the average Rating of all breaks in the area- Sort the breaks by Name, Rating, Wave height and Wind speed with a click of a button. - Click to expand the break for more details- View the satellite photo location of each break- See the large map...
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This is a snapshot of Constantine Bay from Hotswell.com. All the information on our surf forecasts update by scrubbing a time slider (not shown on photo). The map shows a photo of the break area, on the left is our unique swell compass that shows the swell direction (blue arrow) wind direction (black arrow). When the arrow moves to the optimum swell / wind areas they highlight yellow.On the right the Tide box animates to the selected time/date and shows current tide position, High/Low water lines and tidal direction.Below that the small Atlantic swell charts also animate to follow the currently...
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