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Topic: learner- advice
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Topic: learner- advice
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ross

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learner- advice

Hi, ive got no decent surf experience, with a couple of months holiday coming up, im looking for a place i can go spend a few weeks learning, improving, hopefully a bit out of the way of masses of holiday makers... any advice/ideas... ?



By:

ross

RE: learner- advice

im especially interested in South America, any ideas what i would be looking at price wise, and again anyfurther location advice.

By:

andre

RE: learner- advice

heard costa rica has some decent breaks that time of year, want to be careful you dont hit the rain



By:

Liquid Peace

RE: learner- advice

If you can afford it, take a lesson.

Charge as many as you can.

Learn the general rules of surfing so you don't get hurt or hurt someone else.

Have fun!

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