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Here at Surfing Life we love stealing your ideas. Just kidding! But seriously, pitch us an idea, send us an original story, fill our inbox with photos, tell us about a trip you have just completed, or have planned. Anything, everything, we want to hear it all!

N.B. We fluctuate between being extremely busy and just being really, quite, busy. While we will endeavour to respond to everything sent to us, only the submissions that really float our boat are guaranteed a response. The onus is on you to hit us with your best gear, hombre.

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