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RE: surfing in hawaii first timers« on: August 08 2009 21:08:00 »
RE: surfing in hawaii first timers« Reply #1 on: December 18 2009 11:12:00 »
So maybe it's useless to ask questions here, because it seems as though nothing has been posted in this thread for a while, and every answer I read was dramatic and it just seemed lame. BUT, I am going to Maui in April with my family, and I want to surf. We haven't decided where exactly we're staying yet because we're waiting to find out where would be the most beneficial for what everyone wants to do. I have surfed before, not much, but I certainly had the hang of standing up and everything. I also snowboard often, and I know when I surfed before I felt like my snowboarding background helped me out alot. So I'm looking for someplace where it's not going to be boring once I get the hang of surfing again, but someplace where it's not foolish for me to try and surf. Any advice?
RE: surfing in hawaii first timers« Reply #2 on: December 24 2009 11:12:00 »
heres the answer to your question, hawaii is over rated..just got to indonesia and molest all the brown monkeys over there!
RE: surfing in hawaii first timers« Reply #3 on: July 20 2011 21:07:00 »
This was great info. Thank you guys for being so generous. My wife wants to go to Hawaii for her birthday. So I'm thinking birthday/ surf vacation ;) Awesome stuff. keep it up
RE: surfing in hawaii first timers« Reply #4 on: November 18 2013 22:11:00 »
I'm 47 years old, from Brazil and I have been surfing since I was 7. The last couple of years I only went surfing during the summer vacation and occasionally at selected weekends. Now I'm working hard to get in shape again as I will be visting Hawaii for the first time, Oahu, in February 2014. One aspect I am really concerned is that I use to surf only sand beaches and a few point breaks but never faced coral reefs. I am aware that after finishing (or falling) from a wave I will not be able to stand into the bottom as I generally do as it seems a little danger to do that. Should I wear boots just in case? I am also prone to surf only in begginers and intermediate surf spots,
best place for surfing« Reply #5 on: November 19 2013 22:11:00 »
Best Paces to do surfing listed below:
1. Gold Coast Australia
2. Mentawai island, Indonesia
3. Jefferys bay, S.africa
4. El salvador
BEST PLACES OF SURFING« Reply #6 on: November 19 2013 22:11:00 »
Here are the best places of surfing listed below:-
1. Gold Coast , Australia
2. Mentawai ialand, Indonesia
3. Jeffray bay, S.Africa