quinta-feira, abril 30, 2009

She Said

Chill with Jane..

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quarta-feira, abril 29, 2009

Perfect Set

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segunda-feira, abril 27, 2009


Namaste, Namaskar or Namaskaram (Sanskrit: नमस्ते [nʌmʌsˈteː] from external sandhi between namaḥ and te) is a common spoken greetingor salutation in the Indian subcontinent. It is derived from Hinduism and Buddhism, and in India it has multi-religious or else common usage where it may simply mean "I bow to you."

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domingo, abril 26, 2009


Sangha (Pali: saṅgha; Sanskrit: संघ saṃgha; Wylie: 'dus sde) is a word in Pali or Sanskrit that can be translated roughly as "association" or "assembly," "company" or "community" with common goal, vision or purpose. It is commonly used in several senses to refer to Buddhist or Jain groups.

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P.s. Greetings from India

sábado, abril 25, 2009

To build a Home

Serenity for the 25th of April.. A special date for us Portuguese..

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sexta-feira, abril 24, 2009

quarta-feira, abril 22, 2009

terça-feira, abril 21, 2009

Surf Adventures 2

Surf is an Adventure... And so is Life..
Live to the fullest... Live your dream..

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segunda-feira, abril 20, 2009

Going with The Flow

Flow is the mental state of operation in which the person is fully immersed in what he or she is doing by a feeling of energized focus, full involvement, and success in the process of the activity

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domingo, abril 19, 2009

Lay Down

Lay down and breathe.. Find yourself, get in sync then charge with it..

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sábado, abril 18, 2009

Soul Turns

Donavon´s bottom turns are really classic...

They´re always on my mind :D

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sexta-feira, abril 17, 2009

quinta-feira, abril 16, 2009


Live to the fullest... Here and now.. Live the present moment..

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quarta-feira, abril 15, 2009

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segunda-feira, abril 13, 2009

An ocean (from Greek Ωκεανός, Okeanos (Oceanus)) is a major body of saline water, and a principal component of the hydrosphere. Approximately 72% of the Earth's surface (an area of some 361 million square kilometers) is covered by ocean, a continuous body of water that is customarily divided into several principal oceans and smaller seas. More than half of this area is over 3,000 meters (9,800 ft) deep. Average oceanic salinity is around 35 parts per thousand (ppt) (3.5%), and nearly all seawater has a salinity in the range of 30 to 38 ppt.

There are many ways to describe what an Ocean is, but I think that you just have to feel it´s raw power to have the full description inside you..

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domingo, abril 12, 2009


The term retreat has several related meanings, all of which have in common the notion of safety or temporarily removing oneself from one's usual environment in order to become immersed in a particular subject matter. A retreat can be taken for reasons related to spirituality, stress, health, lifestyle, or social or ecological concerns. Increasingly, organizations hold retreats to focus board and staff members on key issues such as strategic planning, enhancing communication and collaboration, problem-solving and creative thinking.
A retreat can either be a time of solitude or a community experience. Some retreats are held in silence, and on others there may be a great deal of conversation, depending on the understanding and accepted practices of the host facility and/or the participant(s). Retreats are often conducted at rural or remote locations, either privately, or at a retreat centre such as a monastery. Some retreats for advanced practitioners may be undertaken in darkness, a form of retreat that is common as an advanced Dzogchen practice in the Nyingma school of Tibetan Buddhism.
Spiritual retreats allow time for reflection, prayer, or meditation. They are considered essential in Buddhism[1], having been a common practice since the Vassa, or rainy season retreat, was established by the founder of Buddhism, Gotama Buddha.

Happy Easter

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sábado, abril 11, 2009

Have Fun

Always remember that the one who is having the most fun is the one Smiling...

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sexta-feira, abril 10, 2009

DK Swordfish for Sale

Para venda, urgente:
For sale, urgent:

DK Swordfish
6'0 x 20" 3/8 x 2" 1/2

Lokbox Fins com LB1/LB4
Clear wetsanded finish

Não tem qualquer ding nem mossas. Como nova.
Oferta de Leash e Stretch cover Creatures

No dings or pressure dents. Almost New.
Goes with Creatures leash and Stretch cover

Preço: 450 euros

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quinta-feira, abril 09, 2009

Strange Birds

If you like travelling, and specially around South America this is the movie to watch..

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quarta-feira, abril 08, 2009

terça-feira, abril 07, 2009


Even though I don´t really like him a lot, he really rips out in the water..

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segunda-feira, abril 06, 2009

domingo, abril 05, 2009

Rip Currents

A rip current, (rip tide is found in passes or channels, rip currents in the surf zone) or rip is a strong surface flow of water returning seaward from near the shore (not to be confused with an undertow). Although rip currents would exist even without the tides, tides can make an existing rip much more dangerous—especially low tide. Typical flow is at 0.5 meters per second (1-2 feet per second), and can be as fast as 2.5 meters per second (8 feet per second). Rip currents can move to different locations on a beach break, up to tens of metres (a few hundred feet) a day. They can occur at any beach with breaking waves.
In Wikipedia

Today during my early surf session I had to rescue 3 bodyboarders who were out in the lineup struggling against a strong rip current that is formed along the jetty...
Use the current to go out to the line up... Don´t use it to leave by the jetty, you´ll just be tiring yourself.
Be well, be safe.

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sábado, abril 04, 2009

sexta-feira, abril 03, 2009

True Roots

Be yourself... Do it for yourself and you´ll get your true roots..

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quinta-feira, abril 02, 2009

Zen and Surfing

Anyone who has ever spent time in the ocean, on a surfboard, in pursuit of the ultimate ride, has a basic understanding of Zen principle. As it relates to surfing, the Zen state culminates in the ride, on the wave, where all natural elements and human senses fuse into a spontanious transformation of (no) consciousness, experienced in an absolute timeless moment. Surfing echoes the rhythms of nature: always there, continually reoccurring, no two split-seconds are ever the same.

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quarta-feira, abril 01, 2009

Stay Young

My favourite chapter on Shelter...
Truly amazing lyrics.. A great lesson on how to live..
Stay young you all, and keep your wheels in motion..
Cause the best things in life are FREE...

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