El Salvador is not the country that you think it is
An inside look at Texas’s budding surf paradise
Texas has not historically been a sought-after destination for surfers. As a state that sits about equidistantly far from the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, waves are not exactly easy to come by. However, recently Texas has been getting put on the map for a new demographic of visitors from not just around the country, but … Continue reading An inside look at Texas’s budding surf paradise
Who owns the beach in Puerto Vallarta?
Puerto Vallarta skimboarders are trying to hang on to the last bit of beach they have before it's all gone.
Sun, sand, and surf, lots of surf, in Mexico’s Puerto Escondido
For most people, Puerto Escondido is just a dot on a map, a tourist destination overshadowed by flashier resort towns such as Cancun, Cabo, and Acapulco. Hell, most people have probably never heard of it in the first place. There's not much reason for the average tourist looking for a quick fix of tropics to … Continue reading Sun, sand, and surf, lots of surf, in Mexico’s Puerto Escondido
Mexico coast to coast
I've been to Mexico probably upwards of twenty times, with trips ranging anywhere from week-long surf missions on the Pacific coast to afternoon tacos in Tijuana. I've even done a decent amount of traveling in Mexico's wave-deprived interior, but for some reason, I had never made it to the oh-so-popular Caribbean destination of Cancun. I … Continue reading Mexico coast to coast