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Topic: true nica, raw nica, the nica perception... surf,land,cultur

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jose

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true nica, raw nica, the nica perception... surf,land,cultur

« on: May 05 2006 11:05:00 »

i am an instructor in a leadership center, major in political science,  free lance realestate, just took a 45 day outward bound leadership course in north carolina, wilderness first responder certified, and i am a tour guide and a surf guide on the side. i surf alot, all the pacific coast, i know who most people are down here and how we nicaraguans see them and think off them (gringos and nicas). If you are interested in surfing and land info, culture, polotics and a far out experience, drop me an email. i do tours to make some money on the side and get to surf and work in the outdoors. i am pasionate about  my country and my people. I rent my 4x4 hilux and my guide services. everything is focused on your needs and accomploshing your goals for your visit in nica. by the way, im the presidents nephew...

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LL

RE: true nica, raw nica, the nica perception... surf,land,cultur

« Reply #1 on: May 06 2006 08:05:00 »

Hey there.  Just stumbled upon your post while doing some research about a possible nica trip in June.  I live in Asheville, NC and have worked with NCOBS many times.  Glad to hear you mmade it up this way to see my backyard.  I'd like to know more about yours.  I'll have about 10 days including travel days.  On a budget (isn't everyone) and prefer to be close to the best surf with easy access even if it means hiring a boat each day.  Don't really care about the accomodations as long as it is scenic, there is good food, and good people.  Suggestions?  Thanks, Lloyd.


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