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RE: Spanish and surf« Reply #1 on: September 12 2009 16:09:00 »
I would like to start a surf camp in Venezuela and I would like to share my experience in Venezuela with you, If you are thinking about comming over and you need a guide or accomodation, If you want to know where to surf and how to get there I can help you too, any help with the language or wherever you are thinking about coming over, please feel free to contact me and I will be happy to prepare a package for you, you can email me and I will give you my mobile number straight away or if you prefer I can give you a call too and we can find out what you want to do. I used to live abroad and I know how difficult is to go to a country you dont know, but life is just about taking the risk and to do wherever you want to I can guarantee Venezuela is one of the best places in the world, we can find out this together.
Feel free to contact me at anytime.
RE: Spanish and surf« Reply #2 on: September 13 2009 07:09:00 »
Yes you should go to My surf camp Peru in Punta Hermosa there are a lot of breaks down there and spanish classes included
RE: Spanish and surf« Reply #3 on: September 18 2009 20:09:00 »
Cheers Victor I'm looking for info on the net but am finding it hard, have you been there? It expensive?
RE: Spanish and surf« Reply #4 on: September 19 2009 08:09:00 »
check out lobitos.....in the north...xlnt waves...breakers-lobitos