The trip was simply amazing, made some new great friends in the short time I was there and I'm already looking forward to meeting up with the crew soon.
You are immersed in the chilled out camp lifestyle, surrounded by the giant pine forest with like-minded people who all love talking about there last wave as much as you do.
Conditions were constantly good, meaning even with 4+ years of surfing under my belt I could see an improvement in my surfing over the week. Progressive steep faces outback for when your feeling like a pro and a mellow reform on the inside for the days when you have noodle arms from the previous sesh.
Camp food was an absolute treat after a long day in the sea and always left dinner, royalty stuffed. Not only that but a 10-minute walk into town was a range of cafés, restaurants and most importantly the cave aux moules.
In the evenings there was always something happening in and around the camp, we are talking table tennis tournaments, live music, watching people win and lose on the half pipe and stubby french beers x24. Can't recommend it enough, whether you have never surfed before or looking for a cruisey surf holiday where you can turn up, get in the waves and know that there is something cool organised for you when you finish.
Having been on the first Mango trip in June we tried to resist going back to Mollets but failed, booking back on after a couple of weeks of being home. The transfers from the camp meant arrival from the airport was easy and stress-free which would be the theme of the week. The camp itself is set up beautifully with spacious tepee tents, a yoga deck and a deck for meals and socialising. Although we didn’t book onto the surf lessons the camp was set up on the beach and meant you could still spend time with the other campers during the day. Although we went on the trip to surf it became apparent that the yoga and spending time with the people at the camp were the actual highlights of the trip. This was made even better as it was a Mango organised trip meaning we were able to meet others from Plymouth and the nearby area which as being new to Plymouth was a huge bonus meaning we have met new people in the area and hopefully the start of a social and surfing group.
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