The Student Windsurfing Association

A summary of the 2005/06 Results



OK, so i was planning on making this like a proper blog where I put lots of regular posts up and it would be like a trip diary, but as the site keeps getting hacked (honestly, what kind of loser hacks a windsurfing site?) I've failed to do that.  Anyway, we're back in the UK now and heres how it went...

No more exams, no more hassle, lots more windsurfing…


By far the best way to get to Morocco is to spend several weeks sauntering down there in vans via the wonderful delights of France and the Iberian peninsular, before casually hopping over to africa from southern Spain.  Given the opportunity I would love to do it like this, taking 2 months off to drive there, but a general lack of money / van / time off work is working against me at the moment and an alternative approach is needed...

So myself (Henry), Chris Addison and Jo Haywood are going to do Morocco the "Easy" way, leaving the UK on the 12th August and returning only 8 days later on the 20th.  Short of booking ourselves on some EasyJet flights to Marrakesh we've not planned anything yet, but we've got another 9 days yet and more importantly Bramah managed it before us, so surely we can do it?

Liverpool returned this year as the third core event in the SWA series and the attack of the northern monkey was supplemented by an attack by jack frost as snow set in..

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