Time for some kiteboarding in Paradise.
The season is over in Kos and temperatures have come down a bit although the sun is still shinning on most days. The beaches are finally deserted as most of the sun beds and umbrellas have been stored away and the last charter flights have left a while ago. It is quite weird to see the beach in its more natural state, without the presence of the crowds or the odd water sports and water parks. It is admittedly a breathtaking sight. The wind is whistling away flowing softly and the waves are tumbling regularly with a smooth murmur.
The wind has started to shift and inevitably as we slowly head into winter the southern wind takes over from the North wind that was faithfully keeping us company during the whole summer. Although the southern wind tends to bring some rain along from time to time, it is in general a warm wind that is pleasant and welcoming. The sea is still warm and appealing after being heated all summer long. November has come and it’s time for us to head for some kiteboarding in Paradise Beach. Everyone is relaxed, the professionals that are still around mingle with the few locals that have somewhat more time on their hands after a hectic summer. There is no pressure, the conditions are great if not optimal, there’s ample space for everyone, it’s the best opportunity to try new tricks and new equipment. The waves are great. Freestylers and wave riders alike seem to be enjoying themselves kiteboarding in Paradise. Unfortunately the days are getting shorter and you have to get an early start if you intend to kite for a few hours… well I suppose you can’t have everything.