In Search of Captain Zero: A Surfer's Road Trip Beyond the End of the Road Paperback – 1 Aug 2002
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A surfer, photojournalist, and author describes his two-year odyssey from Mexico to Central America to search for his missing long-time friend and surfing companion, Christopher Conner, and his bizarre adventures along the way.
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The trouble is,after reading Allan's wild adventures down south in central America the thought of sitting in a mini bus with 10 other newbies and getting driven out to the nursery waves just seemed ridiculous :-)
This guy has lived a hell of a life,and if only 50% is true its still a cracking story.
The tension is hanging in the air all the way to Costa Rica. But humour too. And,of course,cracking stories of adventure on the waves.
I have to admit I probably wouldn't get on a boat with this sailor !
I enjoyed his surf philosophy too.
I laughed and i cried reading this book. I'm not going to give anything away though. Buy it. Take it on the road. Its where it belongs.
Weisbecker gets everything spot on and if you read it in preperation to going away I reckon it will make your trip that little bit more special.
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a great writer, witty, funny, great book if your in to surfing or travelling or both. makes you want to pack up the board and hit the road.Published on 22 July 2013 by Diarmuid Farmer
The author's perspective is, frankly, that of a complete narcissist. There is precious little in the way of real surf travel either, to be honest. Read morePublished on 1 Mar. 2009 by Stephan Jacobus Willemse
Makes you want to chuck in work, leave your missus, buy a van and take the dog on the adventure of a lifetime. Pack light, just two boards and a wetsuit, towel and some wax. Read morePublished on 8 Nov. 2007 by N. Flack