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RE: Travelling with surfboards« Reply #1 on: September 19 2010 05:09:00 »
It is, or at least was when I was last there, super easy to travel with a (short) board in Nicaragua. Check-out my account of surf travel in Nic at http://www.coastroadproject.com/thecoastroadproject/Nicaragua1.html plus heaps more photos and tips from adventures in Central America and beyond.
Hope this helps in some way, and you have a blast.
RE: Travelling with surfboards« Reply #2 on: September 30 2010 14:09:00 »
We were there in 2006, with 3 boards with us. Found it fairly easy. Public transportation is on "chicken" buses (Canadian Blue Bird school buses, in reality). They will just attach them to the roof as the bus itself gets pretty full. You can always cathc a ride with someone too.