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BLUE MOOD, BLUE MOON


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Here I am, hiding behind my laptop, staring out the window now and then. By Dutch standards, it’s a beautiful day: the sky is blue and the sun is shining. Now and again, some small clouds drift by and I think of all the little animals that are being born on farms all over the country.

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Longboard & Yoga Retreat (Jan 2018), Retreats & Adventures, Salty Journal, salty places., Surfcamps, surfing., yoga

IMSOUANE RETREAT: RELAX, SOAK AND UNWIND


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Time flies! Only last month, we were  in the warm climate of Morocco and now I am shivering underneath multiple layers of clothing back in the Netherlands. Morocco is my second, no third, home base. I lived there for over two years. It was intense and I’ve seen and learned a lot. Now, I keep

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Support his dream. Aljaz Babnik and the story of a lost drone in Morocco.


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Imagine a week full of surfing, yoga, local food, nature and amazing people captured by a professional filmmaker. Stunning shots presenting the culture and essence of Morocco from different perspectives by this good-hearted soul: Aljaz Babnik. He is a globe photographer and filmmaker who is traveling the world for the last couple of years. Aljaz himself… checking the waves

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Timboektoe a beach paradise by the North Sea


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Today I want to introduce you to a very special place, a place where I have spent hundred of hours already, watching the waves, feeling the salt on my lips, getting inspired and meeting surf-addicted people, who became my friends. I am talking about this wonderful beach pavilion Timboektoe. For many years, Timboektoe has had a solid

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The search for waves


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You wake up and check the forecast – 1-2 ft, 22 mph onshore and no swell WTF. You’re still convinced Magicseaweed is lying and not updated yet. You get ready, jump in the car and the journey begins. At the same time, you know the tide is way too low but maybe there is a

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