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Topic: canadianna looking for that perfect beach...

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Sariska

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canadianna looking for that perfect beach...

« on: June 01 2005 13:06:00 »

Canuck lassie headed to Cornwall at the end of August to play in the waves. Looking for a good spot to brush up on my surf techniques and maybe take a few lessons as well. Any advice etc. appreciated....
Cheers...



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RE: canadianna looking for that perfect beach...

« Reply #1 on: June 06 2005 11:06:00 »

It will be easy in almost all of the main resorts/towns along the North coast of Cornwall at that time of year (hell, any time of year) to find lessons, should get waves as well - stay away from the bank holiday weekend though - totally zooed out everywhere...

By:

Sariska

RE: canadianna looking for that perfect beach...

« Reply #2 on: June 21 2005 14:06:00 »

Don't suppose you're familiar with Polzeath? Crowded? Good waves? If not, can you suggest somewhere in the Newquay area?

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hey Sariska

RE: canadianna looking for that perfect beach...

« Reply #3 on: June 22 2005 03:06:00 »

Been there plenty of times. its a good beginner break but on its odd day it can be awesome! Plenty of schools to help you out, which also rent boards suits etc.

Enjoy

sb

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RE: canadianna looking for that perfect beach...

« Reply #4 on: June 22 2005 12:06:00 »

Yeah, Polzeaths real popular.  Would be a good choice for you.  I haven't actually surfed there but know from hearsay that it's a good place.  If you decide you don't like it you don't need to travel far to get elsewhere.


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