February 22 - 2007
I’m back on track after having spent 10 days in the Australian desert.
We rented a van, and hit the road through the west Australien, on more than 1200 km by avoiding the Kangaroos,
Gnaraloo, one of the best spots of the world, but also one of the most difficult spots of access.
The last 200 kilometers are done in sand…
Arrived on the spot, there is a camp-site, called “three miles camp” some sites to put tents,
brackish showers with water drawn from the ground, and of the million stars the night.
The wave is splendid 2M 2M50, which unrolls on 500 meters like a machine, the wind is strong 25 30knots…
we will rode 4 days, 4 hours each one, with the jetlag and the travel,I fell asleep without much difficulty.
The return was quite as long.
The video was shoot by Matt Holder, Australian windsurfing champion, who know west Australia like his pocket.
It will be in Stance magazine in the next few months.
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