Thursday, July 25, 2013

Surfing with favorite Surfboard

If surfing is your passion, you probably need a place to store your board so that you can get to it quickly and easily. This is not something that you do once a summer, but something that forms the core of your life. With the surfboard on a wall rack, you know that it is also right within reach. The board will be protected from accidental scratches and dents, allowed to dry perfectly, and it will be right there waiting for you when you want to go hit some waves.


However, have you thought about using the surfboard as a decoration? People do this all of the time with the things that they love. For instance, people who love hunting and shooting often have all of their guns on a display rack. They know about guns, they love the way that they look, and they want to show off when people come over to visit. A surfboard can be used in exactly the same way. When you hang it on a wall, it looks almost as good as a piece of artwork, but it is even better because it is also functional when you want to go out and have a good time.

You can really use these racks in any room, but your board is probably going to look the best against a blank white wall. This makes it the focal point of the wall, and the colors will stand out. For the best Surfboard wall racks choose

Catch Some Live Music On Your Trip To Spain

Heading to sunny climates for some summer holiday unwinding is a great way to spent a few weeks. The holiday doesn't have to be simply a regular "beach and bars" holiday though; Spain is a great country with plenty to do, so why not combine your summer trip with something like a music festival to make it an unforgettable break.  

Head To Barcelona
The capital city of Barcelona is an amazing place to visit any time of the year. If you want to experience a different side of the city, try heading out there during May for the Primavera Music Festival. This year's event featured talent like Blur and the Wu-Tang Clan and it has become one of Europe's biggest summer music events. The festival takes place at the end of the month and is just around 15km from Barcelona airport and around 5km from the city itself. Pulling crowds of over 100,000, this event has been running for over ten years and just gets bigger and bigger. For a taste of what to expect take a look at the BBC article on last year's Primavera Festival. You can always look online for information about holidays to Spain and the rock festivals and events taking place.