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Windsurfing – The most exciting adventure sport in Hua Hin

Posted by Sue Steward on
Windsurfing – The most exciting adventure sport in Hua Hin

The most exciting and exciting windsurfing in Hua Hin Beach adds to the beauty of this beautiful coastal city destination.

The kiteboarders fly across the immense ocean with powerful but charming waves that you can meet when going to Hua Hin beach. Hua Hin is the main waters for Thai windsurfing or kite surfing that is full of waves. Hua Hin possesses strong winds, shallow waters and a long beach that are ideal conditions for this extreme sport.

The direction of the wind blowing from the northeast in October – December down to Pranburi and the southeast wind from January to May are the perfect wind directions for the engaging experience of boat surfers. Even in the rainy months from May to October, there are still many sunny days with nice winds and good waves to go to the sea.

With a stretch of coastline and perfect conditions, in 2010, Hua Hin was the organizer of the World Cup Kiteboarding World Cup Windsurfing Cup. This is also the best place in Thailand for beginners to windsurfing, with several facilities in Hua Hin organized, with tuition fees.

You will probably learn the sport after three days of being taught by the teacher. There are classes that teach fast learners or have experimented with windsurfing.

Classes have good and experienced teachers. During the festival, you will be able to see professional boat surfers with large and colorful kites in the blue waters.

Featuring a tropical climate, Hua Hin is warm all year round and rarely changes. The ideal time for Hua Hin travel itinerary is from December to May, at this time the sky is clear, no rain, suitable for exploring the city. As for the remaining months, especially in September, the rains will affect your tourism.

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The happiness of a surfer

Posted by Sue Steward on
The happiness of a surfer

I tried a lot to define my happiness. And then I found a strange happiness: to be a surfer.

In winter in the US and Chile, the sea water is cold from 13-15 degrees Celsius. I wear wetsuit to practice every day. One day, the waves went up high and then broke down, the wind headed to the beach.

Những chú chó gây bão mạng với tài lướt sóng như “dân chơi”

I could not surf anything but swim back and forth miserably for two hours. I was drowned to the bottom by the waves and shuddered on the shore with the cold.

If it takes you a year to not be afraid of drowning, half a year to not be hit by the waves in your face and choke the sea water. Or for the next half year to sit miserably waiting for the wound from the fin of the leg cut. Then there will be times when you wonder, what does surfing bring in the end?

I read an article in the New York Times by a writer who had difficulty walking describing the joys of surfer. That was when she sat on the shore and watched the players surf in the ocean. The joy that she witnessed the practitioner playing often lasted from a few seconds to more than ten seconds, for hours struggling with the sea.

The length of the beach from the rocky head to the last wave is about 400m long. The most perfect surfer can surf the entire length of the beach in just over 10 seconds.

Surfers often spend most of their time swimming, sitting on the board and waiting for a good wave, to avoid other people surfing towards them. That the power is exchanged for 30-50 seconds to stand upright on the waves, rushing forward at high speed.

Ván lướt sóng điện: Chuẩn bị tung ra thị trường ván lướt sóng điện ...

Those costs make me happy. Seeing himself healthy enough together with waves for several hours a day. After nearly ten seconds of excitedly step up, glide away and see the wave going straight with me.

The happiness of the surfer is not counted by the amount of effort it takes and the amount received. If you plan on that much, everyone surfing will probably give up after a week.