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Topic: waves? Women? Living?

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By:

Bran Wolbert

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waves? Women? Living?

« on: June 12 2005 09:06:00 »

Looking for waves, women, and a living. I want to check out japan for at least a year and would like to start my search with waves. so if there are any suggestions on waves women and living please throw them my way.


          forida surfers for world exploration!!

By:

biz

RE: waves? Women? Living?

« Reply #1 on: June 12 2005 10:06:00 »

deliver pizza's surf during the day and women are crazy.

By:

jason

RE: waves? Women? Living?

« Reply #2 on: June 15 2005 05:06:00 »

If you can speak English you can make pretty good money teaching. Work is easy to find.

Japanese women are the hottest on the planet. "nuff said. If you like girls, Japan is a nice place to live.

Waves vary from place to place. Chiba is likely the most consistent area, and you can pretty much surf everyday. The islands to the south get really good with the summer months

By:

jason

RE: waves? Women? Living?

« Reply #3 on: June 15 2005 05:06:00 »

CONTINUED:
and the typhoons. Way up north you'll find some quality beachbreaks. Fairly consistent swells. The worst thing is the winds, its onshore a lot of the time. Winter is better in this regard, but cold. You'll find a wide variety of waves. I live up north and surf everything from knee high to double overhead plus. It's pretty much all beachbreak though. I'm from Canada's east coast, so I'm used to surfing long cobblestone points. You wont find much of that here




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