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Topic: Surfing in Oahu

Views: 3801

replies: 7

By:

Nico

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Surfing in Oahu

« on: August 02 2007 07:08:00 »

Sup everyone! I am a bodyboarder from Los Angeles and highly respect the Hawaiian culture and understand the ettiquettes of the water.  I have been doing it for quite a while now, I am decent in it, but to be honest I will not be able to handle Big breaks like Pipe, so I wont even try to make the attempt.  I will be going this late September.  Can anyone suggest any good breaks?  I am not a pro, but I can hand myself and know my limits.  Thank you for your suggestions.



By:

crocs shoes are righteous

RE: Surfing in Oahu

« Reply #1 on: August 03 2007 04:08:00 »

No freak, dude.  It's a dig!!

Hit any break you want, it's cool.  Just remember to BEHAVE.

Aloha

By:

Nico

RE: Surfing in Oahu

« Reply #2 on: August 03 2007 07:08:00 »

Thanks for the welcome!   Behave?  For sure, but remember, I give respect and expect to get respect back.  Thanks again!

By:

TTB

RE: Surfing in Oahu

« Reply #3 on: August 03 2007 15:08:00 »

OK, here's the secret to dealing with locals who hassle you.  Run like the wind!!  

OR

When some local comes up to you and says "You like beef?" (meaning fight)  you answer, " No brah, I like pork chop."  

If this doesn't work, then take my first advice.



By:

NICO

RE: Surfing in Oahu

« Reply #4 on: August 03 2007 19:08:00 »

Hahahahahah!  Nice!  I am not worried about stuff like that.  I am not going for that just trying to have fun with the family.  Plus I aint no punk, so running is not an option.  So there goes your first advice.  But I am really just trying to get some suggestions about where to bodyboard during that time.  Any breaks for bodyboarding let me know, thanks!

By:

bob

RE: Surfing in Oahu

« Reply #5 on: August 03 2007 20:08:00 »

Sandys (Sandy Beach) and Makapuu for shore break. If you're staying in Waikiki, check out Walls by the zoo.

By:

Nico

RE: Surfing in Oahu

« Reply #6 on: August 04 2007 11:08:00 »

Thank you I appreciate the suggestions.


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