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Hawaii« on: January 15 2007 20:01:00 »
Dudes, all this shit talking about Hawaii ,and locals.Man i'am coming to north Shore on Feb 10/07.and i expect alot of courtesy from locals and i'll give alot of respect, i will ask anyone of you locals about surfing ,for i'am very new to the sport. I expect some help man :) Just me wanting to come to your beutiful island to take part in your sport should show respect i think...So watch out for the Canadian guy with the tattooed arms., he wants some tips on surfing.. Please... :)
RE: Hawaii« Reply #2 on: January 16 2007 07:01:00 »
Hi Tara, well we are going to North Shore where i have some lessons booked with a girl named Sunset Suzy.She brings us to a little more tame spot called Puenea Point,also on North Shore.I feel what i nedd now is just practice but i want to get alot of info from her about the dangers of the ocean more than anything.Are you from Toronoto area?
RE: Hawaii« Reply #3 on: January 18 2007 17:01:00 »
Guys, I am leaving to Oahu next week. Could you please let me know which beaches should I go this time of the year that are surfable for a an beginner/intermediate haole rider? So, basically which beaches the crowd is not territorial and the waves are more soft.
RE: Hawaii« Reply #4 on: January 20 2007 13:01:00 »
Dude south shore is flat this time of yr. North shore is where its at... but very busy this time of year..