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Best date night places to enjoy San Diego

Best date night places to enjoy San Diego

After a fun filled day at the beach there is nothing like rounding out the perfect date with a romantic sunset-and San Diego know's how to put on a vibrant skyline. Grab a blanket, maybe some wine and cheese and enjoy a post-surfing sunset at one of these spots asking  “did you see the green flash?” Gondola Rides Head down to Coronado...

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Surf, Play & Where to Stay in San Diego

Surf, Play & Where to Stay in San Diego

Surf, Play and Where to Stay in San Diego POSTED BY SAN DIEGO SURF SCHOOL ·  With San Diego crushing the charts from one of the best places to live to the top 15 places to visit in the US-it’s a no wonder this has become a prime destination for honeymooners, business conferences, spring breakers, Holidays and staycations. From surfing, to beaches,...

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Do Anti-Shark Devices Work?

Do Anti-Shark Devices Work?

The mosquito is responsible for an average of 725,000 deaths each year, the freshwater snail, another 10,000. And the shark? About 10. Even so, surfers and beach goers alike fear these underwater predators and look for anti-shark devices to protect themselves. But, do these shark repellents work? By the end of this post, you'll know what works and what doesn't...

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4 Board Types to Add to Your Surfing Quiver

Board Types to Add to your Quiver

To an outsider, surfboards may seem like they're all built for the same purpose. This could not be further from the truth. If you aim to ride different kinds of waves, you'll need different types of boards.

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How to Embrace the Surfer Lifestyle

Surf Lifestyle

When you picture a surfer, do images of Fast Times at Ridgemont High's Jeff Spicoli or Patrick Swayze's portrayal of Bodhi in the original Point Break come to mind? There is certainly a stereotype historically associated with surfers, often the bleach-blonde California space cadet that would rather spend the day taking bong hits and riding waves rather than doing anything of "substance." This stereotype has always been misguided, and these days it's incredibly outdated.

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