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Localism in St Leu« on: August 06 2005 07:08:00 »
I quite disagree with the "average" qualification of localism in St Leu. I know this place pretty well and I have to recommend everybody to be very cautious when trying to surf this world class wave. There are two categories of local: those that can ride the whole wave (they are around 10 people), those that can ride half of the wave (otherwise there are in big troubles) and the others that must be shy, technically good and highly respectful if they don't want to be kicked out.
RE: Localism in St Leu« Reply #1 on: August 06 2005 20:08:00 »
like many places you paddle out quietly then watch and wait respectfully your turn you probably should sit inside if you want respect back. zoreille is what the tourists are called like you.
RE: Localism in St Leu« Reply #2 on: October 03 2007 22:10:00 »
it's like any other spot. just be respectful and you'll be fine. some great people from this island =D