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looking for surf« on: September 16 2005 19:09:00 »
i have no idea if people even reply back to these post's, but i figure i'll give it a shot. I'm heading to N.Z. in mid Nov. laid back guy, just looking to surf and travell around new zealand, i'm more dedicated to my surfing then i am boozing everynite, i like to go to the bars but for social. I'm 28 and just looking to surf and have a good time, a road trip with pit stops. if you are in this field of interest let me know at email@example.com
RE: looking for surf« Reply #1 on: November 14 2005 14:11:00 »
If you haven't already done so , buy Wayne Waricks "Surfing
New Zealand" for all the surf spots , what conditions they work
in. In the North Island check out the New Plymouth region ,
Gisborne , Mahia and the Wairarapa ( very isolated )