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Looking for a local surfers on Curacao and bonaire« on: January 17 2006 23:01:00 »
Please contact me If your a local surfer on these islands........ I am planning a trip to come down there in the next couple of months....... I would really appreciate some guidence on these islands........ If you are willing to show my self and my crew around Im sure we will be able to work out some kind of payment........Thank you I hope to hear from you soon.....
RE: Looking for a local surfers on Curacao and bonaire« Reply #1 on: February 16 2006 00:02:00 »
Hey man how's it going.. did you have any luck finding surf spots on curacao?? I'm from southern cali, and actually I'm going there on Friday, Feb 16th for presidents weekend and am looking for spots to surf and cool people to surf with/get advice-- have you had any responses to your post? or any hints? So far, what I can find on the internet is playa canoa, (yeah, from this site)
i'm not bringing a board.. are there any spots that rent 'em, if not i'm sure a local can hook it up.
let me know if you've got any tips..
take it easy,
RE: Looking for a local surfers on Curacao and bonaire« Reply #3 on: July 08 2009 09:07:00 »
you should go to surfcuracao.com and ask
RE: Looking for a local surfers on Curacao and bonaire« Reply #4 on: November 30 2010 22:11:00 »
i have surfed bonaire by borrowing a surfboard from some kid at the windsurf beach but there are few breaks and the best ones have millions of sea urchines