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RE: trip to thailand« Reply #1 on: August 26 2004 03:08:00 »
Hey dude from Hawaii, well Thailand is definetley a downgrade for your standards, I want head to Thailand early sept and if you find out any info hook a brother up. I'm trying to figure out if Thailand is worth my time and money. Let me know what you find. I'm at firstname.lastname@example.org
RE: trip to thailand« Reply #3 on: August 29 2004 14:08:00 »
ha ha ha...
RE: trip to thailand« Reply #4 on: August 30 2004 00:08:00 »
Got to say guys Thailand surf should be seen as something which makes a nice holiday a little better. Think either tiny ripples or onshore mush.... very little chance to catch much in between!
RE: trip to thailand« Reply #5 on: September 01 2004 03:09:00 »
just returned from phuket and scored head height,offshore,sunny days @ kalim beach...true its not the usual world class wave but with only 6 guys out...who's complainin...!!??....like he said....what a fabulous holiday and if you score good clean empty waves...and enjoy a coconut green curry chicken and rice plus a drink for $5...youre laughing...!!
RE: trip to thailand« Reply #6 on: September 07 2004 02:09:00 »
I was in Phuket this weekend for 3 days... we scored 3ft with occasional 4ft set and cleanish waves every day... No joke! It was great. I will attach some pics later of the waves at Kata beach.
This has upped Phuket in my mind as a place where you can actually get good fun surf!
RE: trip to thailand« Reply #7 on: September 26 2004 23:09:00 »
Getting good surf in Thailand is a flook for sure. I have been to Phuket three times. The surf is as mentioned earlier, small to slightly larger with storm and wind pushing it. If your there for a vacation, you can rent a board and paddle out. Kata beach has two rental shops. If your are going that far get out of the lee surounding south Thailand and into some swell windows.
RE: trip to thailand« Reply #8 on: October 08 2004 08:10:00 »
Anyone know if theres any surf around march? Heading over for a few weeks n wanna know if its worth taking my board
RE: trip to thailand« Reply #9 on: October 10 2004 02:10:00 »
hey anyone surfed in Pattaya,i have surfed on kata beach in Phucket for the 3 days i was there in the morning(high tide) the waves where 6-8 foot and peeled like a bannana ,even with a nasty on shore on the last day it was great fun, the waves look small from the beach but. board hire is easy too,about B500 for an afternoon