Feb 25, 2021
Barbados is the place to be if you want to surf. There's no question about it. Due to its unique position in the Caribbean seas, it generates some seriously good conditions for anyone wishing to catch a wave.
But what if you're not an experienced surfer? Can you still consider going to Barbados as a viable destination for learning to surf.
This is the exact question and topic we're covering in this episode.
If your experience of 'trying to surf' has so far been limited to falling off of your board on Fistral Beach in Newquay, then you definitely want to listen to my chat with Alan Burke.
Alan's a Bajan former national and international surfing champion, and he runs Burkie's Surf School.
From Barbados surfing legend to Bajan surf beginner, as I have a quick catch up with Craig Bulow, a person I met a month ago when we was starting his lessons.
I also talk about my exciting moment appearing LIVE on television on the UK's Sky News.
Oh, and if that's not enough, this episode contains swimming horses!!! Yes, seriously!
In this episode, you'll hear:
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Did you manage to check out this one (all about weddings in Barbados) which we posted as a special Valentine's Day treat?
Although people are loving following along with my Barbados journey, this isn't my only podcast. If you're enjoying Life in Barbados, please check out my other travel themed podcast, "The Bucket List".
That podcast features guests talking about a wide range of experiences, and should give you plenty of inspiration for when we're all allowed to travel again soon!