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How's the weather and roads in cr in June/July?« on: February 26 2006 12:02:00 »
Im looking at going to cr from june 20-july 8. Sounds like surf should be good so my only issue is the weather. I was wondering what weather is typically like june/july and how the road conditions are. I was also looking at scoring some sessions at Pavones. Is that a smart call or should I just stick to the central coast? Thanks.
RE: How's the weather and roads in cr in June/July?« Reply #1 on: February 27 2006 02:02:00 »
Weather will start out in the 80's, for the first 3 days your there. However, The axle of the earth will tip because you people melted away the stratasphere, AND HAVE CAUSED THE GREEN HOUSE AFFECT.......MORONS!! By the end of your trip the waves will have turned to ice, and the temperature, will be 67 below zero.. Ofcoarse you can Ice surf the waves down thre
RE: How's the weather and roads in cr in June/July?« Reply #2 on: February 27 2006 10:02:00 »
Weather will be fine. Might rain a bit , but nothing too bad. Pavonnes isn't alway working and when it is it is really crowded. A few of us rented a house over in Cabo Matapalo and it was PERFECT. Always some waves, perfect tropical location. If you wnat to make sure the eather is good, stay up in Guanacaste. Avellans just south of Tamarindo is great, so is Nosara. Have fun!!!