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RE: Surfing« on: February 05 2008 13:02:00 »
I'm a resident physician (junior doctor) in Burlington, Vermont and will be coming to work for a month at the hospital in American Samoa in May. I'm considering the possibility of working there after residency, so I'm coming to check things out first. More of a skiier than a surfer (I'm a beginner surfer) and my surfing experience is limited to what I could do when visiting my brother on the west coast, but it was a blast and I'd like to give a shot in A.S. Any advice? Thanks! Cheers, Mattie
RE: Surfing« Reply #1 on: February 05 2008 13:02:00 »
Ha towel boy, very local scene, surfng by permission in front of many villages and local girls off-limits; also, now that tuna are disappearing along with every ocean species from rapacious Asian sushi bars, the economy is sinking and thefts are increasing- still better fale' spirit than Western Samoa! Nua, if on, and vaccessible is one of the most beautiful rides in the Pacific, just watch out for stonefish!
RE: Surfing« Reply #2 on: March 08 2008 13:03:00 »
Bill, where are you at? I lived down the street from Tim Hitchcock and surfed Lefts and Nu'ulie all the time and sometime that little break out back the Rainmaker hotel.
I am now in Satellite Beach in Florida and stioll surf almost everyday.
75, 76 and 77.