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Estuardo interview picEstuardo is twenty-five years old and from Guatemala City. He works in marketing and is a freelance photographer. For the past two months he has been working as a volunteer at Gigante Bay as the photographer, social media manager and cosmic spirit, who fills our days with Rasta sounds and is constantly radiating positive vibes.Walk the plank!
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 Welcome to Playa Gigante's high season and the beginning of the festivities. December here at Gigante Bay brings in the busy season and the winds, as well as some gentle waves, perfect for beginners. Those offshores are incredibly strong, but at least the rain has tapered off. We’ve got different fish occupying our waters. The fishing charters have started coming ashore with mackerel, as the dorado's are bidding their farewell. This Saturday night we have the Full Moon Party, so get ready for a night of extremity with DJ's taking over the Crobar and not a spare bed in the house. The people have started arriving, and we're offering non-stop rappelling, horse riding tours and fishing tours, and don’t forget $10 Tuesday's Sunset Sails. This place is more alive now than ever.

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interviewing-estuardoEstuardo is twenty-five years old and from Guatemala City. He works in marketing and is a freelance photographer. For the past two months he has been working as a volunteer at Gigante Bay as the photographer, social media manager and cosmic spirit, who fills our days with Rasta sounds and is constantly radiating positive vibes.Read More
a-guide-to-everything-that-bites-the-known-and-unknownThere is a change of seasons everywhere in the world and it is crazy to think at so many different times of the year.Read More
julieta-belenEn unos de mis viajes por las costas del pacifico de Nicaragua, me encontré con un pequeño pedacito de paraíso el cual, desde el primer momento, me hizo sentir como en casa. El lugar se llamaba Playa Gigante y tenía una energía muy especial.Read More