Girmantas | Windsurfing, Travel | August 20, 2010
Lately the shades of all kind of stuff has covered me from the sun. Moving to a new place, work at the club, Spotas half-birthday, editing and so on… The good thing is that I can see the finish for my first documentary “open La Ventana” and a short clip from Santa Marianita in Ecuador!
Another great new was lost in between all of this stuff. Spotas photostory was published on international windsurfing magazine for the first time! Our blog readers have seen some of our travels trhough Baja California already, but we always kept some part of it for us and for this article in Windsurfers International magazine.
The Legend of Baja is not a fiction. I’ve heard about Baja California for a million times and have seen a lot of videos and photos as well. However it was always some mystic place. The spots separated by rough off-road trails from the civilization, deserts full of cactus and waves. Exceptionally nice, clean and incredibly long waves. But only dedicated travelers know the paths, winds and waves of this remote land. They don’t spend their time in the forums. You meet them only when you are there. Where the ocean meets the desert.
The stories, views, emotions, salt water and waves that we have experienced during our travel helped to build my Legend of Baja. I share it with the whole world here and on top of that give you some more pictures from the wild wild west!