Popoyo Nicaragua continues today with overhead glassy surf. We’ve been having a rare weather pattern for April with light onshore winds coming through around mid-day for the past 3 days. This is a sign that the first rains of the year are likely to fall soon. The mornings have been very fun. Check out our surf guide Gerald’s photos from this morning.
perfect glass overhead A frames
Dayton styling on a gem
Nicawaves homeowner Chal bashing the lip like a boss on his new Whisnant shred stick
Myrtle Beach High School surf team member Jimmy Price flairing his fins out the back
Mike with a quick slice off the top
our guest Kevin charging a morning bomb before heading out to enjoy a tour of Masaya Volcano, Masaya Artisan Market, and the colonial city of Granada today
Back at camp taking a dip in the pool and enjoying Chef Denis’s weekly Sunday Barbecue of steaks, chicken, and lobster. Delicious!