Kamaka: 23° South by 134° West

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surfer paddling towards an empty tropical lefthand point break wave

1500km south east of Tahiti, and 6000km south west of the Americas, the Gambier Archipelago could definitely be mentioned in the Collins dictionary as a definition of “isolated”.  These islands are not a common surf destination; or even a common destination. With less than a thousand inhabitants the capital Mangareva receives most of its tourists… Read more »

A Slippery Slope to Simply Surfing

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Words & photographs by Mat Arney – Mat is a former Surf Simply coach, a surf travel writer and photographer, author of the ‘An Tor De Morth’ blog and last, but by no means least, a school teach. To see more of Mat’s beautiful photography check out www.matarney.com. Oh dear. What have you gone and… Read more »