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Latest Activity: Apr 28
Started by Billa Kgari. Last reply by Daniela Jan 6, 2012.
Tags: travel, trip, surfing, surf, solsufing
Living in Hawaii, any other fruit lovin surfers around :)?
Thank you Janneke! Can you surf in Mexico?
I went to CR for my University internship and worked with sea turtles there. At that time (6 years ago) I just started traveling and wasn't into yoga and this lifestyle yet. I myself haven't been to the yoga place, but i've seen it on the internet and looks great. If I would go back, I would go!
I love CR with it's tropical rain forests, and I miss it even though I cannot complain where I live now (Cabo San Lucas, Mexico).
Thank you Janneke! That looks good there. So you made good experience? Did you meet the yoga people from Nosara?
I've been to Costa Rica before, and specifically Playa Guiones is super easy to learn, if not the best. The bay is very wide with only sandy bottom and it runs down slowly so there are 3 breaks behind each other. You can start learning on the foam and the go to a little bigger and even bigger. You don't have to worry about hitting rocks when you fall off and the water is pretty warm.
There is also a community of yoga people in Nosara, which is maybe a few miles from this beach.
Good luck and enjoy!
is it true, that Tofino B.C. is the best place to learn to surf?
Anyone any other ideas where its easy to learn surfing? Thanks <3
My buddy Chris Kendall from The-Raw-Advantage.com doing is thang..
Can a surfer kid influence change in how we use plastic?
Aloha Groovy Ocean Souls! Anyone keen for a trip to the Solomon ISlands in Feb/March? I have a close affinity with the place and have many secret spots and friends there.. Take a look at my site www.surfingsolomonislands.com for more info.. I'm thinking at this stage to head over for a month, uncrowded waves, loads of Vibrant cheap Fruit, coconuts galore, uninhabited islands and beautiful people.. PARADISE!
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