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Topic: bring my board?
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Topic: bring my board?
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bring my board?

Im traveling from maui to thailand June - Aug and hoping to find some swell between destinations.  Im wondering if I should go through the trouble of lugging my board around, or try and find a decent short board to rent once I get there.  I ride a 5'11 - 6'2 and am planning on checking out several islands.  What are my chances?  
Mahaloz,
D



By:

Baz

RE: bring my board?

Your joking right... save yourself the hassle, thailand is not a surfing destination , unless your a beginner, which it seems half the surfing population is..

By:

JJ

RE: bring my board?

But not you BAZ !

You surf Pipe and Teahupoo, but only when it is over 15', right?
otherwise there's too many beginners out there, no?



By:

baz

RE: bring my board?

Don't get me wrong JJ, my chicks a beginner, & to be honest any day in the water is a good day whether its 2'  or 10' i normally i have a good excuse not to go out when its 15', i'm just sayin' thai waters ain't  worth the bother & hassle of luggin a board half way round the globe.. as for yourself your obviously the guy that wears my fins in ya face

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