If you like what I do, please don’t hesitate and get in touch with me.

There is so much going on in (Surf) tourism, and the same goes for media. More and more people travel, and the number of travelers who don’t want a guide book to be their (only) source of information is getting bigger every day.

Blogs and Social Media can feel more personal than a big blue book, and are not only great for niches but also to find some insider’s tips and inspiration.

I try not to give away too much, as I think discovering something by yourself feels awesome. But just as I found some of the best things on my trips thanks to people which I never met, their blogs and/or tips in a forum, I try to share some of the best and most valuable infos here.

So if you think your Surf camp, your hotel, a tour you offer, or your product should be known by as many travelers/ surfers as possible, let me know, and we’ll see what we can do…


I could write an article about your place/ product, take pictures for you, or make a little video. As I said, contact me, and we’ll find something where we’re both happy, and can help each other in one way or another.

BUT…it is important for me to be true to myself and honest. I wouldn’t say I like something if I know it is a piece of crap!


You also support me, if you like my page and tell your friends about it. OR if you dislike something about it and take your time to send me a honest feedback with ideas what I could do better.

And last but not least…If you like some of the pictures, please don’t steal them! Send me an email, and tell me which one you like, and what you want to use it for. I’m sure we’ll find an easy solution that make everyone walk away with a smile.


Right now, the best way to get in touch with me is through social media. Write me on facebook, and i’ll get back to you very soon, (if I’m not somewhere remote at the moment).







4 thoughts on “Support/Contact

  1. Marta

    Hi! I read your comment on couchsurfing philippines! thanks so much, the info is really helpful!! btw, awesome shots!! i was wondering in which season did you go. Dry season? wet monzon season? How long did you stayed there? Lucky guy!! I hope to find some waves like those!
    If you ever come back again to San Sebastian, contact me! surfing y buena onda!

    1. Pascal Post author

      Hola Marta,
      I was there in September for a bit over three weeks and didn’t know that my visa was only valid for 21 days! So don’t forget to take care of this.

  2. elena

    Where in Indonesia should we go ? I would like some names of beaches or towns. Merci, Heidi. I like your web initiatives. You have a free spirit and a very creative mind. Good luck in all your stuff, Pascal.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *