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RE: Do i still need to pay« Reply #1 on: September 13 2004 02:09:00 »
See, that's what the dispute is all about: the american says it's rightfully his to decide who can surf cloudbreak. They have the locals on their side, since they get paid. + finding a local from the mainland who is willing to risk and get his boat burned is not easy to find.
RE: Do i still need to pay« Reply #2 on: September 14 2004 20:09:00 »
hola, im an american who is running a surf camp in mexico. i understand your frustration. ive sailed all over the world and as far as im concerned no one can say who does or does not surf a break. i would never tell a mexican he cant ride in front of my camp. if your leash breaks and you need to retrieve your board above the high tide line ,that may be another matter. cant we all just get along? ive had to pull asshole locals to safety when they get in over thier head, i would hope that if i got slammed and was choking to death atrue surfer would do the same. your welcome to surf here, adios