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RE: popoyo surf lodge vs. surfari charters« Reply #1 on: May 13 2009 18:05:00 »
Why stay in a surf camp when you can rent a condo that sits right in front of the two of the best breaks in the country? The owners of these two camps (as well as the other camps) surf here when its good. Their boats are going to bring you here anyway. Why travel by boat when you can walk out the back door? Check it out - www.playacoloradocondo.com.
RE: popoyo surf lodge vs. surfari charters« Reply #3 on: May 30 2009 18:05:00 »
well..they are both great places..to be honest JJ being the first person to start a surf camp, he has pick up suv's at the airport, boat trips to all the unreachable by land waves, state of the art fleet of boats, SUV's, and gourmet meals everyday...including beautiful rooms private or shared with gardens, pools, on site photographers, massages, great surf guides and Nica staff...not to mention they are running a special on all their summer 2009 rates..email firstname.lastname@example.org...JJ and Kim Yemma not to mention give back a lot to the community..google or youtube JJ yemma
RE: popoyo surf lodge vs. surfari charters« Reply #4 on: May 31 2009 17:05:00 »
is "someone who knows" and employee or owner of a surf camp? mmmmmm...
yes jj was part of the original crew but now that nicaragua has become developed (and crowded) there is much better access to the waves. you don't need a boat anymore to get to the waves, there are roads, houses, and condos sitting on all the good breaks. nsr.com has spoon fed everyone right to best places. you don't need a guide or surf camp owner to show you the way. all the "locals" have become their own worst enemy.