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RE: cloudbreak« on: May 25 2010 19:05:707 »
No one, should ever have to pay anybody,
, to surf a wave.
RE: cloudbreak« Reply #2 on: May 27 2010 13:05:443 »
People do own land. If you want to pay someone to surf a wave, that"s up to you. Personally, I would never pay anyone to surf a wave, talk about a soulless experience. OK, open up your wallet, here"s your money, now let me go surf, it doesn"t get much worse than than that. And when your done, they probably smile at you and say, thanks, come back again sometime, but don"t forget to bring your wallet .
RE: cloudbreak« Reply #3 on: May 27 2010 17:05:897 »
Yeah Man I really agree with you. But you go back to the land when you die so the land owns you.
I've never paid straight up for sex, but I reckon it cost me mega in the long run. ( Perhaps it was love instead)
So Love youir ocean don't pay for a wave but perhaps pick up some litter and shit left around the beaches etc.
I accutually saw a French guy puting his arm right into the rocks around Byron accross from the Public Pool and get out all sorts of rubbish to clean up.
RE: cloudbreak« Reply #4 on: May 27 2010 20:05:567 »
Right on, I agree with you, everybody should pick up litter and keep our beaches clean, but as for going back to the land when we die, our physical body will, if it is buried, or back to the sea, if your cremated and your ashes are scattered, but your soul, (the real you), will go to heaven or hell, for eternity, depending on, if you have accepted Jesus, as your personal savior, and asked to be forgiven of your sins.
RE: cloudbreak« Reply #5 on: May 28 2010 00:05:817 »
I really do wonder. I turned the other cheek a few years ago and lost three teeth. ( A very heavy price as it's really affected my health and my surfing ) I actually stood on a high cliff at the end of Noosa Heads ( Hells Gates) I used to lean out and let the wind keep me up. One day a big gust hit me in the back and sent me to 30 degrees what was a point of no return. I actually thought of how Jesus was on the cross with his arms right out too. A extra big gust blew me back up. Here I am.
cloudbreak is now free! opened to every one!« Reply #6 on: October 27 2010 15:10:00 »
Fiji left surfing ban.
Cloudbreak and other breaks which used to be closed to the public is now opened.
Surfers are freely surfing every day.
Since ban left, tension is erased and every one feels more relax to catch wave.
There are now many alternative choice to stay and surf Cloudbreak.
RE: cloudbreak« Reply #7 on: January 18 2011 21:01:00 »
Fiji left Surfing ban and now Cloudbreak is free to surf by anyone.
RE: cloudbreak« Reply #8 on: January 19 2011 16:01:00 »
Only a gringo would charge people to surf a wave and claim it's his 'native' heritage! Somebody needs to turn this ahole's speargun back on him.
RE: cloudbreak« Reply #9 on: January 19 2011 16:01:00 »
Actually, I also heard that new rules in Fiji says the American piss ant doesn't own Cloud Break anymore. There's a dude in my town; even has his Fijian daughter with him. Says no more pay the American to surf free Cloud Break. Piss on that cloudbreak guesthouse.