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RE: surfing goa« on: November 28 2006 11:11:00 »
hey, anybody there?or did you all die in2005?
i gonna be in goa in december and wonder if i can expect any waves there?
RE: surfing goa« Reply #1 on: November 29 2006 04:11:00 »
I'm going to be in Goa for a couple of weeks some time between 15th Dec - 1st Jan. Maybe we could work out a deal.
RE: surfing goa« Reply #2 on: November 29 2006 06:11:00 »
hey boz, have you been there before?do you know about the surfing conditions there in december and january?
RE: surfing goa« Reply #3 on: November 29 2006 11:11:00 »
No, first time for me.
RE: surfing goa« Reply #4 on: November 29 2006 11:11:00 »
Mate Goa is lame full stop. You would be better off heading to Karala. Namely Kovalam or varkala. Even better still Bali because the water quality sucks in India and im fed up being ill.
RE: surfing goa« Reply #5 on: November 30 2006 05:11:00 »
hey clint, what does lame mean, should I leave my board (fish,6.4)at home (I'm coming the 13th dec)or are there waves that are at least ridable?what do you mean exactly by bad water quality?evry beach in goa polluted?
RE: surfing goa« Reply #6 on: November 30 2006 09:11:00 »
Sup Guys, Im coming to Goa on the 30th of December and I see that there are troubles in renting boards out there. I have a board but Im coming from America and Im not trying to travel with the board all that way. If anyone knows of a place to rent or can rent their own boards out, I will definitely make it worth your while...Im also a begginer so looking over the previous posts, these waves are good for begginers...be easy!
RE: surfing goa« Reply #7 on: November 30 2006 23:11:00 »
There are no waves in Goa, Fact!
The water quality is sewage, Fact!
If you serious about at least getting a small ride you need to head to Karala, were the water also consists of sewage.Fact!
India is so weathy but they dont like investing in health or water treatment. They just love Nukes. END!!
RE: surfing goa« Reply #8 on: December 01 2006 04:12:00 »
anybody there, whose got a different opinion about waves and water quality in goa who helps prevenzing me from canceling my flight?
RE: surfing goa« Reply #9 on: December 05 2006 04:12:00 »
Am in Goa too, from the 11th to 25th Dec, and I know some locals so I'd be able to land a board. Let me know if you get in..