Some people (also skaters) say that skateboarding “destroys” curbs and other stuff. Their mind is in a mental canyon of a lack of progress, lack of dynamics and a lack of life so much, that they see only the negative effects of skateboarding. Which is nonsense. It is nonsense, because analogically to an ecosystem in […]
Some places to skate are so unique that they stay in your memory forever. One of such spots is the Andalucian La Casita. This DIY has been built in an abandoned villa on top of one of the hills surrounding Fuengirola. The story I have heard is that this used to be an office of […]
Why? Because it adapts very fast to any environment. And if it can’t adapt itself, then it adapts the environment. A good example is the ever ongoing clash between the establishment and this avant-garde that takes place in basically any developed urban space. Adapting itself Cops or security guards (who also secure the established order) […]
Food & drinks As basically all countries in the world, also Georgia has big supermarkets and McDonald’s with the same stuff you find everywhere, but they’re not the utmost catalyst for opening your mind and world discovery. So, local stuff only. It looks like Georgian food is pretty unspoiled by all the “modern” society ingredients. […]
Travelling is fun, but travelling to skate is much, much more fun. Especially when it comes to places with relative very little skate exposure and not too much information about what to expect when you go skating there. One of such places is Georgia, a beautiful country in the Caucasus region, where European, Asian and […]
To be able to share my thoughts and experiences with more people, I decided to switch ON SKATEBOARDING to English. This change will make the information on the blog better accessible to more people in the world. By this, I want the content of this site to serve skateboarding even more.