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Topic: Taxi's and Surfboards

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By:

Henry Offord

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Taxi's and Surfboards

« on: August 23 2006 05:08:00 »

Hi
I've already posted on the general section but will need to post on here aswell. I'm coming to cadiz this september and i need to know what to do about getting from the airport (jerez) to my hotel. Will taxi driver be happy to accomodate my board or will i have real trouble get a taxi with board in tow.

Any advice is great

Cheers

Henry



By:

rick

RE: Taxi's and Surfboards

« Reply #1 on: August 23 2006 06:08:00 »

taxis there seemed very small. i would plan to have a roof mount if you can. Probably can have it hang out the back of a taxi with a hatchback...Cadiz is beautiful, have fun.

By:

henry offord

RE: Taxi's and Surfboards

« Reply #2 on: August 23 2006 06:08:00 »

spoke to the tourist board they said it should be ok just need to get a taxi with a roof rack. Just need to work out how to book one in spanish. could be fun

By:

james3d

RE: Taxi's and Surfboards

« Reply #3 on: August 23 2006 08:08:00 »

Henry,
if u dont have a massive board,
the bus can take you to Cadiz.
When I got a plane to Cadiz,
there was a bus waiting,
I am sure it had luggage space in the back for a board.....



By:

Herbert Ramstein

RE: Taxi's and Surfboards

« Reply #4 on: August 23 2006 09:08:00 »

Jerez to Cadiz is a good fare for a cab driver so I dont think you'll have a problem getting a cab to take you.
You might have to have the board inside the cab, so get a cab where the back seats fold down. I've done it loads of time in Spain no worries.

By:

Henry Offord

RE: Taxi's and Surfboards

« Reply #5 on: August 23 2006 10:08:00 »

Excellent. My Girlfriends sister speaks fluent spanish so is going to book the taxi for me.

Thanks for everyone's help it is much appreciated


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