How not to FOMO at Ingrina and Cabanas Vellhas with Surf Guide Algarve
Four days after the surfers ear operation mr. Surf Guide Algarve is back in action. Sort off. The surf guide guests need to pick up the surf guide cause he is legally and physically not able to drive. But he can still pick the forecast like no other and borrowed a sick camera to make pictures. The day starts before sunrise at Ingrina. The sky is on fire and so are the waves. The fear of missing out *FOMO is incredible but somehow the chance to shoot surf photos is very satisfying too. The spot is perfect for the Dutch guy *see pic under. But a little to wild for the two VIP surf guiding guests. Lucky for them there is a great option for some more friendly waves, just a short drive where the tide is perfect now. Cabanas Velhas, here we come!
Cabanas Velhas dream waves
What is a dream wave for you? And I would like you to answer the question in daylight with a board under your arm. We can all surf double overhead tubes in our dreams. For the most surfers a dream wave is a waist to shoulder high long running wave. Preferably one that breaks constantly on one spot to make positioning easier. Please add a soft offshore breeze, a nice blue sky and a few friends on the beach for support to make it perfect. O, one more thing, no one out if its not too much to ask. *its a dream remember.
Second hand stoke
Not surfing friends are always welcome to join to the beach. They can enjoy the vibes, take pictures, take a walk- whatever they please. Surfing is not made for everyone, and thats a good thing. To not surf for four weeks while you normally surf every day, is strange. But funny enough you do get a great amount of stoke from seeing other people catching great waves. *especially when you brought them here and you can shoot them on the surf picture…