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Topic: surf

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By:

rodrigo martins

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Chile Chile

 

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« on: December 20 2004 21:12:00 »

How is the water in the summer? Still really cold?
A 3/2mm it´s enough?

  It´s easy to find places to camping? How much per day?

By:

James3D

RE: surf

« Reply #1 on: December 21 2004 15:12:00 »

Hello,

I went to Chile in November month 2 years ago.
Surfing in Pichelimu and Punto De Los Lobos.
3/2 was fine for me but I am a cold water Scottish surfer.
Boots are good at Lobos due to the walk to the sea as I had none and got mauled by prickly cactus spores.

Camping at Punta De Los Lobos, when I was there. French guy, great person, treat his paradise land with respect he will will treat you with respect. I think it is about $2 to $4 dollars per night, there is a shower there too.

James

By:

James3D

RE: surf

« Reply #2 on: December 21 2004 15:12:00 »

Hello,

I went to Chile in November month 2 years ago.
Surfing in Pichelimu and Punto De Los Lobos.
3/2 was fine for me but I am a cold water Scottish surfer.
Boots are good at Lobos due to the walk to the sea as I had none and got mauled by prickly cactus spores.

Camping at Punta De Los Lobos, when I was there. French guy, great person, treat his paradise land with respect he will will treat you with respect. I think it is about $2 to $4 dollars per night, there is a shower there too.

James


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