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RE: surf spots« Reply #1 on: July 22 2006 21:07:00 »
you are a beginner surfer and you want to surf uncrowded Costa Rica spots. HAHAHAHAHAHAHA
You should never ask someone to show you a surfspot if you dont really know how to surf because each spots is a treasure. Even if someone told you-you would come back next year with one million of your beginners surfing friends and friends friends and become like hundreds of little obstacles for those who have paid good money and put in the hard work and practice only to arrive in a tourist infested broken dream.
RE: surf spots« Reply #2 on: July 22 2006 23:07:00 »
That was rude!
There'a waves for everybody man!
Sure you don't wanna be an obstacle on Pavones.
Bur you can learn surfing in Jaco for example. Stay on the main bay in the village. There is plenty of space, so you can find your own peak away from the crowd.
Don't try playa hermosa further south, it's gonna be too powerful for a beginner.
RE: surf spots« Reply #3 on: September 09 2006 16:09:00 »
true jaco's the perfect place for beginners