Tue, 15 July 2014
A lay day in surfing terms means a day of rest, but to a surf widow it’s a day of me time and adventure. Jodi Leza tackles the other side of Jeffreys Bay, the one that makes a bloke's back hurt, and a woman's pulse race faster, yes, we are talking about going shopping.
Fri, 11 July 2014
Day one of the JBay open went off with a perfect ten, a corrupt flip and a fair bit of eye candy on the competitor’s deck to keep Jodi Leza perfectly amused as Ian ran around snapping away. Here is the surf widows behind the scenes look at the first day of competition.
Just as a new wave in Angola goes viral, here's another discovery on the other side of Africa! In the Indian Ocean, the Bertish brus find a super fun pointbreak in the midle of nowhere. Where have they been! Guess! Comment below please.
Being a surf widow, or in the case of this column, a surf orphan, isn’t necessarily a bad thing, you get to go to far off exotic locations and explore strange new cultures. Jodi Leza unpacks a two, maybe a three part survival guide to Bali for those that don’t surf but love the adventure and Nasi Goreng.
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