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should i bring my board?« on: July 27 2006 07:07:00 »
My name is Francisco from Spain and due to my work i'll have to come in a fair in Belgium for almost 2 wecks in the midle of october, the thing is after that i could stay there for a couple or 3 days more to surf, i'd love to do that 'cause it'll create some extramotivation to come but i really would like to know what u thing about just to have a better decicion. by the way, when is the best time for coming?
RE: should i bring my board?« Reply #1 on: August 06 2006 17:08:00 »
Ei man! are you the Francisco i met yesterday in New Zeland Auckland whom was talking about this belgium trip? big coincidence, tell me your email to keep in touch!!! see ya. AH let's see if there is any body who could tell you some nice typs from Belgium. FOREVER STOCKED
RE: should i bring my board?« Reply #2 on: August 31 2006 12:08:00 »
surf is verry pore in Belgium,....u have to be lucky to hit some swell....lets say we have 1 good day in 3 weeks average.. I was out yesterday (it was one of those days), really nice waves...even with my shorty (6.0)
but its better to bring your mini mal or longboard....more days of fun...
RE: should i bring my board?« Reply #4 on: October 18 2006 16:10:00 »
Cris,Melio and Tab thanks to all, i met one guy call nicolas that on friday is gonna take me to france for surfing, ive tried in Ostandee and it wasnt too bad... belgium people is great and pubs too