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June 18, 2007

FROM CABO TO (HOPEFULLY) MACHU PICCHU

Filed under: Damien Hobgood — wpssuperblog @ 7:42 pm

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Well, just been laying low. Went to Cabo San Lucas with the family to chill out and to get some photos for Globe. The waves were pretty small but still had a good time. Taylor Knox was down there also.

Small shot with Bill Johnson, creator of fine Teqoph surfboards. Pronounced “Take-off”, and is the Aramaic word for strength. Check the tail. Cool hey.

Small shot with Bill Johnson, creator of fine Teqoph surfboards. Pronounced “Take-off”, and is the Aramaic word for strength. Check the tail. Cool hey.

After that, went back to California for a few days, got a bunch of new Bill Johnson Teqoph surfboards then headed back to Florida where I’m typing this right now.

My mom is going to watch my daughter Savanna why Charlotte and I head to Chile which will be both of our first times going there so we are really looking forward to it.

Would be awesome to see Machu Picchu.

Would be awesome to see Machu Picchu.

Hopefully we will have time to go check out Machu Picchu in Peru because I heard it’s not too far from where we are in Chile. The wave at “El Gringo” in Chile seems really good so am really amping on getting down there and checking it out. I will let you know how it plays out and what the place is like very shortly.

Peace,

Damo.

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1 Comment »

  1. Well done in round 1 Damo… keep riping, I know you’re able to win this one as you did in Tahiti. About Machu Picchu I think you should(must) check I out because it’s a very magic place with a special energy. Sugestion: try to book your train ticket from Cuzco to Machu Picchu (round trip) some days in advance because if you don’t do it you may get stuck in Cuzco for 2 or 3 days(there’s much to do there as well). Good waves, best regards!

    Comment by Luis Coruja - Brazil — June 22, 2007 @ 4:33 am


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