Everyone dreams of running away someday, leaving troubles behind, traveling wild by yourself or with someone else, finding new paradise places, meeting new people, discovering yourself, finding a new way to live, experience new feelings... but only a small amount have the luck to make it happen. Distant Shores (SurfMag) shows us stories about a couple of this small amount of person (few of 7,000,000,000).
First project is called 'Celtic Front' by Fergal Smith & Tom Lowe
The second project is by Kepa Acero (a guy that I have always try to reflect myself and well known in @BmbsPlace). In this video Mr Acero (Mr. Steel) show us the reasons why he decided to organize all his trips (4), explains in what he believes and how life has work for him. Kepa is the kind of persons that from minute 1 he inspires you, he is full of energy, always wearing a smile and very rich but without any money. What I mean by ''rich'' is that without a doubt he is a man with one of the richest lives that I know. He does what he wants & what he likes. His wallet is empty but his heart is full. So yes, for myself he is a Billionaire and he should be rank in Forbes.
Also in the Distant Shores we find the 'Frozen North' a story about Sam Hammer, Pat Millin, Dane Gudauskas and couple of other boys looking for waves and breaks in the North of Norway, in the Arctic Circle. Surfing with snow? Crazy as hell but Yeah.
Finally 'Battle at Apocalypse' in Java (Indonesia) with Jay Davies, Dylan Longbottom, Lee Wilson
Watch Distant Shores even if you don't like surf, you won't regret it...
PS: Thanks to @beanalda