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RE: surf and spanish« Reply #1 on: July 21 2005 18:07:00 »
RE: surf and spanish« Reply #2 on: July 25 2005 10:07:00 »
If i were you i would go to Cantabria, near the Basque Country. In fact you could also surf in S Sebastian, but it's too crowded...
There are many spots all over the coast, but if you want to learn you can find lots of surfing schools in S.Vicente's Beach...for example: buenaonda.com try to get some information there.
Anyway, the north coast is much better than the south one.
una muchacha de espana« Reply #3 on: August 25 2005 18:08:00 »
para mi no surf.quiero conocer chica de espana.soy de nica.
RE: surf and spanish« Reply #4 on: November 22 2005 18:11:00 »
There is a language school in spain called don quijote, and the website is don quijote.org. There is also a great surfing and spanish school in Jaco, Costa Rica called school of the world. I went there last summer and i had the best time. They also have art and photography. There surf instructors are competitors in the latin competition and the people there are amazing. the locals are great and there are plenty of bars if thats your thing. schoolofthworld.org