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need help in SL« on: April 18 2005 11:04:00 »
Well i'm Sri Lankan and just found this site... would like to lern to surf sometime...
but anyway... if anyone needs to find out stuff over hear, would be happy to help... but pl dont expect v.quick replys cos ive just moved hear from the uk and startin a new job and all...
RE: need help in SL« Reply #1 on: April 18 2005 18:04:00 »
I am arriving to Colombo on Sunday 24th. I really would like to learn surfing. Please let me know if you can find out something ok?
Raffa .... firstname.lastname@example.org
RE: need help in SL« Reply #2 on: May 05 2005 10:05:00 »
hey im wondering about the prices of surfboards wetsuits bodyboards and stuff if u could find out that would be great thanks
RE: need help in SL« Reply #3 on: May 07 2005 03:05:00 »
will get back to u soon on that...
Left Hander Near A-bay« Reply #4 on: May 20 2005 12:05:00 »
I could anyone tell me if they know where the left hander near a-bay is! Dont post it up on the site email me!
RE: need help in SL« Reply #5 on: May 25 2005 13:05:00 »
I am trying to plan a trip in Sept. I want to know how accessible are the breaks? Do you need to hire a boat or can you just rent a room and walk out to the breaks? Thanks
RE: need help in SL« Reply #6 on: June 15 2005 07:06:00 »
concerning hikkaduwa and aragum,mostly all the breaks are within easy paddling distance.
at hikkaduwa the break is literally 20-40m away depending on the swell size.(a hop really) and at aragum,it's a point so thats also quite close.there are other breaks around both places that i didnt see,but i think generally you'll be fine without a boat. you might want to think about booties though of you're worried about reef entries.