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RE: surf mexico« Reply #1 on: August 24 2004 22:08:00 »
yes all year is pretty good
RE: surf mexico« Reply #2 on: August 25 2004 19:08:00 »
im running the surf camp at rancho de las olas. in the summer the waves have been good where other spots havent seemed to produce as much. the south swells are kicking in now. the shortboard and longboarding has been good, with some big days that i use my kneeboard on! this is not a begginer spot like sayulita. we provide it all. transportation camping even boards if you need one. clean water and bathrooms and high quality food. this is one of the really last rustic spots thats undiscovered. no crowds at all. book early. check out our website! vamos al la playa! stonefish
RE: surf mexico« Reply #3 on: September 09 2004 08:09:00 »
will be there in november. i am still a beginner (a quick learning one though) but i have to go surfing somewhere there. any tips where i don´t break my neck? and i need to rent a board as well.where and how much?
RE: surf mexico« Reply #4 on: September 09 2004 13:09:00 »
check out rancho de las olas. we provide boards and bodyboards. the beach is great! the bathrooms are clean and the surf can be anything from friendly longboard waves to really hollow tubes! even if you a beginner its worth the journey, we provide transportation, meals and alot of other fun stuff to do! check out our website and click on the sea turtle for info about the turtle recovery operation im runnining as well.
RE: surf mexico« Reply #5 on: September 14 2004 18:09:00 »
Go to puerto, just get a cab or walk to Carizallilo... best to hire your boarding in puerto escondidto
RE: surf mexico« Reply #6 on: October 03 2004 10:10:00 »
firstname.lastname@example.org director, surf camp and sea turtle recovery project. stays of four day duration no crowds.