We’re spending our last week in Costa Rica a little further south, at a farm in Platanillo about 12km north of Playa Dominical.
Dominical is known mostly for being one of the great surfing beaches of Costa Rica and so it was a natural place for us to knock #87 of our list of Top 100 Experiences.
Caleb and Kieran took their first Surfing Lesson this morning, with the team at Sunset Surf. The class was targeted for beginners and the boys got lots of attention with two instructors and just one other student.
The goal of this lesson was getting them up on the board in a small wave and staying upright until they surfed to the beach – which sounds a lot easier than it is. The boys found staying low and keeping your balance to be pretty tricky but ultimately had some success. Easier for children to pick it up apparently, and I’m certainly glad nobody had to see what my first attempts would have looked like!
Caleb thought the experience was “totally awesome” and Kieran said “very fun”. I’m not sure how many more chances they will have to practice on the trip, but they were very happy to have the opportunity to give it a go.
There is a major surfing competition happening here tomorrow that will give us a chance to see what the pros look like.
Thanks to Yordy (pictured above with Kieran) and Luke (pictured above with Caleb) at Sunset for making the experience so rewarding for the boys.
Until Next Time…
6 thoughts on “Surf’s Up”
This is awesome!!
Wow, what a wonderful experience. Loving all your reporting. Thanks for sharing. Can’t wait for the next report.
If their is a Blue Crush 2 movie looks like your family could do a guest star appearance.
Wow. With a little more practice both of you will be pro surfers in no time. Well done boys. Papa and I are very proud of both of you. Love always 😘😘
Hope you are all having a great time.
I watched the video of both of u surfing.
U guys did great, papa is so very proud of u both .
Not sure I’d try it lol.
Any way keep sending and keep ing intouch .
It’s lovely to be included in your great world adventures love always papa👍👍
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