Tips for Not Ruining a Relationship with Your Non-Surfing Better Half

Tips for Not Ruining a Relationship with Your Non-Surfing Better Half

In fact, living like a spartan is often an expected piece of the surf trip experience because waves are the primary objective, but there’s nothing romantic about enduring that experience with your significant other (Sorry again, Honey).

You’re there to spend a majority of your time surfing, which your non-surfing partner doesn’t get to be a part of.  Go hiking, plan a horseback riding tour, or, at the risk of having my man-card revoked, take her shopping.

There comes a time in any serious relationship when your significant other will want to go on a surf trip with you.

Navigating a surf trip with a non-surfing partner can be difficult, but it doesn’t have to be if you put a little thought into it.

They can only hear about your escapades to Costa Rica, Hawaii, or Indonesia so many times before they’ll have to join in. And who can blame ‘em? Surf trips are awesome.

After dragging my wife (who doesn’t surf) around the world on surf trips over the last ten years, I have come up with a few rules to travel by.

You may want to mosey around checking a few different spots and follow it up with a marathon session, but remember, your partner is stuck in the vacation rental until you get back.

Read more here: The Inertia

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