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RE: Travelling up the coast, split costs?« Reply #1 on: November 30 2006 18:11:00 »
Hi, my name is aldo, I've got a Bed & Breakfast in Managua, and a 4x4 truck, and close to fifteen years of surfing Nicaragua. I also film people surfing. I am willing to split costs, I wanna film more of Nicaragua and see more!
RE: Travelling up the coast, split costs?« Reply #3 on: December 01 2006 11:12:00 »
It's me and my one of my friend that are going up. we will be in San del sur and go up from there...around the 10th of jan. whats your bed and breakfast called, i notice that you offer to take people to surf spots on other occasions, do you have any clients that are on the site?
RE: Travelling up the coast, split costs?« Reply #4 on: December 01 2006 12:12:00 »
little pricey.....don't know if it's in my budget...I'd love to check it out los cardones though.....
RE: Travelling up the coast, split costs?« Reply #5 on: December 02 2006 12:12:00 »
hi there i land in el salvador on the 5th december and i fly out
on the 26thjanuary i will be coasting around for 7weeks and if you have a plan in mind then i may be able to join u and share the coasts. i enjoy searching for lesser known spots although it appear to be a little difficult in Nicaragua. 4x4 maybe but boat more likely. i think the waves are fairly small there at this time of year, do you know any different. I have just snapped my semi gun and won't have time to buy another anyway! give me an idea of costs, times and direction and we will take again.............good luck
RE: Travelling up the coast, split costs?« Reply #6 on: December 02 2006 14:12:00 »
Hi there, hey listen man, los cardones is a forty-five minute drive from my house,...
The owner of that surfcamp is having confrontational problems with the locals,
he don't even know about,..anywayz AH SALUD, God bless,
RE: Travelling up the coast, split costs?« Reply #7 on: December 02 2006 14:12:00 »
I surf by cardones almost almost everyday, I love coming back2 managua, and
avoid, being stuck w/ the mosquitos at cardones though,..but hey I'll take anybody there
to check it out and decide wherther or not it's your thing,..I'll pick anybody up at the airport,
for say $20...
RE: Travelling up the coast, split costs?« Reply #8 on: December 05 2006 07:12:00 »
hey devo, as far as clients go, I don't have any clients on this site,...I surf with the presidents nephew who posts stuff on this site, and with other managua guys,
trying 2 avoid working in Nica 40 hrs a week for $400 a month so, my prices are negotiable man & ladies. I just wanna avoid the office u dig. rather rent rooms & go surf & show properties n stuff.
RE: Travelling up the coast, split costs?« Reply #9 on: December 06 2006 12:12:00 »
Aldo, You want surfers to believe it's preferable to stay in Managua while they are on a surf trip? This may be why you don't have any clients on the site...