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Topic: crowded crowded crowded

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replies: 21

By:

the grey eyed man of destiny

Posted in

Nicaragua Nicaragua

 

crowded crowded crowded

« on: August 20 2007 10:08:00 »

its getting so damn crowded all th popular breaks are holding 30+- surfers every single day. all gringos. if you aint a ripper willing to fight for your share in the line up then dont even bother. there are lot of mellower, mediocre breaks that are completely empty, but the good spots... damn!! its over....

peace

By:

nolte

RE: crowded crowded crowded

« Reply #1 on: August 21 2007 07:08:00 »

i agree, i came to find relaxing mellow surf line ups, away from all tha california surfers and all i got was california and brazilian surfers,,, waves are good, but most all are short rides, nothing really stands out like pavones in costrica or the long waves of el salvador like punta mango.

If you do get lucky you might surf alone a day maybe....countries beautiful though.

By:

Stephen

RE: crowded crowded crowded

« Reply #2 on: August 21 2007 10:08:00 »

which spots specifically are ya'll talking about?

By:

nolte

RE: crowded crowded crowded

« Reply #3 on: August 21 2007 13:08:00 »

all of em

By:

juan

RE: crowded crowded crowded

« Reply #4 on: August 25 2007 18:08:00 »

you hit the nail on the head.  look no further than the surf camps and tour operators who load the boats full and send them to the same 2 or three spots.  not uncommon to see 5 or 6 boats anchored up on one break. why don't they find other spots?  the guys at nsr.com didn't do us any favors either when early on they were naming all the spots.  now every person on the web wants to surf "the best beach break in the country."  trust me, its over.  if you show up be prepared to be elbow to elbow with 40 or 50 of your fellow gringos.

By:

koolerthanu

RE: crowded crowded crowded

« Reply #5 on: August 26 2007 11:08:00 »

hey...boo hoo... i surf 8 months a year in 55 degree water...then i go relax on my land in gigante the other part of the year...who cares about crowds or whatever ....just shut up and surf ....so what if it used to be mellow...it still is and i keep coming every year and wait for cry babies like you to leave.....haha....go some were else....

By:

GEMOD

RE: crowded crowded crowded

« Reply #6 on: August 27 2007 08:08:00 »

Koolerthanu... more like kookerthanu...

"relax in my land in gigante"... you dont own land in nicaragua, they just pretend like you own it. how much you wanna bet in about five years you wont be going back down there? trust me i know what im talking about, especially in gigante village where ortega and his mafia have their eyes well set and a master plan to reconfiscate every piece of land next to the PellasĀ“s`project...

By:

Erik

RE: crowded crowded crowded

« Reply #7 on: August 27 2007 12:08:00 »

I heard Ortega partnered with Aleman and purchased beach front property a few kilometers north of Montilimar. Is this correct?

By:

J

RE: crowded crowded crowded

« Reply #8 on: August 27 2007 18:08:00 »

that right?

By:

GEMOD

RE: crowded crowded crowded

« Reply #9 on: August 28 2007 07:08:00 »

The government just blocked a project north of gigante, arenas tola,,, All the people who own land there are from the states, now they cant keep on bulding. then the exxon (esso) companies largest refinery was confiscated for not cooperating in receiving oil from venezuela. on a saturday they came in and at gun point took all the personal out, on sunday they were filling the tanks with venezuela oil...i know this is about surf, but this is just 7 months after they are in power...and beach property is as valuable as oil in this country now...


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