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RE: Momo surf camp, how was it ?« Reply #1 on: August 13 2005 07:08:00 »
This surf camp is ok. Nice waves, the owner and his wife are friendly. The lounging is simple like the bathroom but it was clean. We surfed many perfect waves alone. We surfed Nicaragua. Seb.
RE: Momo surf camp, how was it ?« Reply #3 on: September 27 2005 18:09:00 »
That's the funniest thing I've seen on this post. Hah! There's more BS on this site than I've ever seen. The only good thing about this site is that you can't believe anything you read here. The best part of surf travel is the adventure and if this site gave accurate accounts then there wouldn't be much left to discover on your own. Stop paying your money to surf camps run by ex-pats taking advantage of the locals and of you, and stay at the locally owned and operated businesses. You are guests in their country and at their breaks, spend your money with them. And Momo, you do need to find a brain.
RE: Momo surf camp, how was it ?« Reply #4 on: September 28 2005 11:09:00 »
Poor Oliver..... Stupid Gringo !!!! I live in Nicaragua since 8 years. I ' ve got many locals friend. Not the people you find in San Juan front of a beer with you friend. No My friends are fisherman, policeman, rolling stone, campessinos, layer, etc...
I ' ve been I all Nicaragua ( Puerto cabezas, Esteli, Bluefield, )
to find the best wave. Know I found my place, my childrens borns in Nicaragua, Go to the public Nicaragua scholl.
I happy to receive nice people from everywhere. Please next holliday stay to your nice and big country. We ' ve got buena onda. and don' t say that to my women, She' s nica. Dangerous !!!!!!
RE: Momo surf camp, how was it ?« Reply #5 on: September 29 2005 17:09:00 »
Momo Momo Momo... how many times do I have to tell you? Lying and deceiving only comes back to haunt you, but then you are French aren't you. I guess it is to be expected then because the only thing worse than a gringo is a FROGGIE!
RE: Momo surf camp, how was it ?« Reply #6 on: October 21 2005 05:10:00 »
Love peace and surf all around the world. Surf camp or adventure trip, it 's not important. Come to Nicaragua, where many people wait you to have good moments, nice surf, come to visit Nicaragua this country need our help for his developpement on the coast. Work and enjoy life, the war is far, we need progress and respect.
RE: Momo surf camp, how was it ?« Reply #7 on: August 03 2007 19:08:00 »
I travelled by car a long way from Mexico to Costa Rica the last few month with my best Friend Bri. Our trip was dedicated to find nice waves uncrowded, share our time with local people in order to know better the Central American culture. We staid few times in Momo surfcamp. That's the place to be in south of Nicaragua. This surfcamp is located on a vey local fisher village in the middle of the best part of the Nicaragua pacific coast. You have two boat trip a day and be sure that Vincent alias Momo will do all he can to find the best wave. The accomodations are basic but clean, and Vincent is the most integrated foreigner that I met during 8 month of trip. Oliver, please stay home and stop travelling, it seems that is not for you...The last word : MANZANILLO !!!! World class left !
RE: Momo surf camp, how was it ?« Reply #9 on: August 21 2007 01:08:00 »
It was perfect !!!! Waves and lobsters. See you next year.