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RE: Scotland's surf spots« Reply #1 on: July 12 2004 18:07:00 »
we're travelling from new york to north ronaldsay, orkney with our boards. we'd like to stop for a week somewhere to surf. if you could hit one spot in august, what would it be? we're thinking of lewis. any advice? also, any info on orkney surf? we'd love any info you have. thanks. elizabeth and jon.
RE: Scotland's surf spots« Reply #2 on: August 09 2004 08:08:00 »
small waves,cold weatherand v windy
RE: Scotland's surf spots« Reply #3 on: August 10 2004 10:08:00 »
Isle fo Lewis offers one of the most consistent surf spots in Europe. It's awesome when it fires. Best time of year is from October to May. Not for the faint hearted.
RE: Scotland's surf spots« Reply #4 on: August 12 2004 08:08:00 »
lewis isnt v consistant,and always cold,v.windyand wet.ireland has much better wavesand is warmer.surfed both lots of times,ireland is loads better for sure.and more powerful.other islands have better waves than lewis,but no names.jed, u shouldnt be naming lewis as good 4 waves..its not and any locals,there r many,wont be amused.
RE: Scotland's surf spots« Reply #5 on: August 30 2004 15:08:00 »
john.. youre an idiot. God forbid that Lewis should attract the odd surf tourist now and again. Its hardly pipeline mate... chill out, share the ocean and stop being such a cliche.
RE: Scotland's surf spots« Reply #7 on: September 26 2004 11:09:00 »
the surf on lewis realy isnt very good,yes it has the odd reasonable day,ok,but mostly its crap and cold.locals are just a bunch of idiots,who wouldnt know what a good wave was.a drab cesspit of a place,full of drab humourless people
RE: Scotland's surf spots« Reply #8 on: September 30 2004 14:09:00 »
Maybe it's cold and maybe it's drab... but good surf is good surf, no matter what you choose to believe about the locals.
Contrary to your narrow minded generalisations Lewis is in fact a beautiful place. The surfers there would be happy to meet you in the line-up... they have a sharp wit, a generous warmth and they also know how to spell.
I suggest you stick to being a tosser, and reconsider your career as a travel writer.
RE: Scotland's surf spots« Reply #9 on: October 01 2004 05:10:00 »
haha well said
john your an arse!!!