CHICABRAVA in the Press!
Ever wonder how CHICABRAVA was started? Founder, Ashley Blaylock, narrates her journey of where she learned to surf, how she came to Nicaragua, and the beginning of CHICABRAVA. We all want to break the mold and take chances, and Ashley did just that by starting her own business. Take a listen to... Read More →
CHICABRAVA has been getting a ton of buzz lately and our most recent publication is in United Airlines Hemisphere magazine. Ashley Blaylock, the founder and director of CHICABRAVA, is featured in the magazine that highlights ‘Three Perfect Days’ in Nicaragua. So, on your next trip down... Read More →
Being a CHICABRAVA surfer girl is a tough job… tough as in playing in the ocean everyday, soaking up sun, and just being an all around Badass!!! Ashley Blaylock, owner and founder of CHICABRAVA, knows how to keep her hair and skin in the beast condition while killing it in the waves! Ashley... Read More →
Who doesn’t like to pick up a Cosmo in the grocery line and glance thru the pages of new cosmetics, fancy purses, and new rad vacations! If you happen to pick up a Cosmo in June, you might notice a section titled ‘Go Back to Camp’. Featured are a few camps, including CHICABRAVA,... Read More →
Journalist extraordinaire, Teresa Bergen, features CHICABRAVA in her amazing article of all things Nica! Check out the Real Food Traveler Website for her article titled “Nicargaua: Thrills, Nature, and Vegetarian Food.” She shares some info on her time spent with CHICABRAVA and also... Read More →
Bethehero.co founder Katherine Rocheleau, writes about people who have sought out their dreams and calling to help the grater good – “To me, being the hero of your own life story is also about having the courage to re-write your story as many times as it takes—to leave the safety of... Read More →
Originally from Nicaragua and now a Houston based Journalist, David Cordua, features CHICABRAVA as one of his ‘things to do’ in the Houston Chronicle article – “David Cordua’s Cheat Sheet”! Davis writes, “Instructors guide students through the waves of San... Read More →