TARIFA LEVANTE WIND

Hey,

Here I am in Tarifa in the south of Spain, training before the next pkra event in France. It’s been windy every day for last two weeks. However, the wind called poniente was blowing, and I was using my big  kites (11m and 9m) all the time.

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And nowBOOOM a super strong levante wind is here and I have a great opportunity to test my small kites. Strong wind is always gusty and unexpected. And after a session at Valdevaqueros beach it feels like being in a washing machine that twists you in every possible direction.

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The good thing about the levant wind is that it’s hot and dry, and it feels that summer is coming. The sun is shining and that makes water look blue. The wind that was before (poniente) was cold and brings a lot of rain to tarifa.

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That’s it for today, it’s getting dark and

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my hands are tired ;)

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Soon a little videoclip from this trip will be on-line.

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Wooop Woooop !!!

kitelove

Karolina

Foto: Alexander Lewis-Hughes, Tarifa, Spain

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