Tag: Water Stories
Mavericks is one of the biggest and most deadly breaks for surfers, and almost every year there is an invitational surf contest there when the storms and swell are just right and the wave comes up. This year, though, the wave isn’t just cresting over the reef, it’s also breaking the gender barrier: There will […]
It’s described as “the biggest, baddest, human endurance challenge on the planet”, and the route has the women traveling 2,400 miles from Monterey Bay, California to Honolulu, Hawaii.
So, you want to look out of your office window and see turquoise waves and sparkling water instead of concrete and metal? You’d rather travel somewhere new every day than make the same boring commute to punch in for work? Ahoy, matey. It might be time to get on board—the boating industry in the United […]
Like Oh… from Colleen Carroll on Vimeo. Two ladies, one insane trip, and hundreds of pounds of gear. Dominique Granger and Colleen Carroll traveled to Thailand, the Philipines, Boracay, and Seco Island to check out the kiteboarding and cable riding in the region. Women’s Adventure caught up with Dominique for a Q&A about the trip. […]
Although three islands, St. John, St. Croix and St. Thomas, make up the dynamic culture of the U.S. Virgin Islands, each place has a completely different feel. St. Croix is the farthest removed of the sister islands, being 40 miles out from St. Thomas and St. John. Because it is so far out, St. Croix […]
Ed. note: This is the first part in a series by Women’s Adventure contributor Alyssandra Barnes, as she makes her way around the U.S. Virgin Islands and shares her travel tips. And yes, it’s snowing right now, so we are a little jealous. First Stop: St. Croix Most people, myself included, only have a vague […]
British Adventurer, Sarah Outen, finishes the first leg of her journey circumventing the globe on bicycle and kayak.