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Last Day dawn till dusk, Day 13

Last day finally came around the corner. Madeira is an amazing, beautiful island with some incredible challenging waves and spectacular sights.

Sure we’ll be back soon the boys are hooked!

Constant filming all of the last day but here are a few screen grabs I chucked up on instagram... 

Taz Knight & Ed Smith surfing South side this morning@edsmithyy #tazknight @quiksilveruk @xcelwetsuits#xcel #quicksilver #nsboards @carvemag @danielsurf#madeira #morningsurf

Taz Knight surfing South side Madeira #tazknight#madeira @quiksilveruk @carvemag #nsboards#morningsurf #quicksilver

Ed Smith surfing South side Madeira this morning@edsmithyy @xcelwetsuits @danielsurf #xcel #madeira#edsmith #morningsurf

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All film no photos, Day 11

The boys just surfed surfed surfed today and as this trip is a filming one, I recorded till my batteries where dead, memory cards full and the light had gone. 

Instead of the boys, here are two shots of me shooting today…

Shooting the boys this morning, 3 days left of Madeira!#madeira #dontwanttoleave #filming #canon#lovinglife #omhg

Shooting the rabid little monkey this morning!@edsmithyy #madeira #xcel #edsmith #filming #surfing

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'No surf today, too windy' Day 7

After being told by various sources that there was no surf on the island today, we packed up the car, chucked the board in and headed on a quest!

After exploring around the island we finally came across some waves on the East Coast!

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Madeira Native Motion, Day 5

I could describe the awesome day we had with Madeira Native Motion, but Suzanne got it spot on, so read below…

'We have just had the best day with Madeira Native Motion. They know this Island inside out. Anything you want to know about surf spots and all round fun things to do in Madeira they know it. Go check out their website http://madeiranativemotion.com/ . Makes coming to Madeira easy and the surf is so powerful. Amazing’

After a day of surfing we then went to Taberna Da Poncha, to try the local drink ‘Poncha’ - honey, rum, lemon and orange. Hard hitting but delicious!

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