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RE: LOCAL INDIAN SURFER« on: December 15 2005 01:12:00 »
Cool man!!! Waitin' to meet up & go surfin'...
Cheers Bro & a Very Merry Christmas to ya,
RE: LOCAL INDIAN SURFER« Reply #1 on: December 15 2005 01:12:00 »
merry christmas to you,family and friends see you in the new year
RE: LOCAL INDIAN SURFER« Reply #2 on: December 19 2005 08:12:00 »
hz mz name is norbi i would like to ask zou about whats the cheapest room i can get there i wold like to goin januarz thank you
RE: LOCAL INDIAN SURFER« Reply #4 on: December 23 2005 04:12:00 »
Merry Christmas 2 u 2!!! A taxi to Pondy (*mention Auroville Beach) it's going to cost u 1.5 - 2 G's Indian Rs, there are also buses leaving every 15 minutes to Pondy & a bus ticket is 100 - 150 rs, & about a place to stay...my surfer friend runs this nice beach cottage guest house with easy goin' shacks just next to our local surf spot so no worries...
Cheers man & c u soon,
RE: LOCAL INDIAN SURFER« Reply #5 on: December 23 2005 04:12:00 »
Oh dude, just one more thing...
U seriously movin' 2 fast, 2 much surfin' & some heavy adrenaline rush, the comin' year is 2006 & not '07...haha :)
RE: LOCAL INDIAN SURFER« Reply #6 on: December 24 2005 15:12:00 »
I will abbreviate to make this short. This november I was in Kovalam in Kerela.. Body boarded on soft sandy beaches and rocky bottom beaches. Soft sandy beaches- 4-6 feet high slow moving swells with good shore breaks and very stong undertow. Knee deep water with undertow like that can knock you off your feet. Waves are average in depth and thickness but little to no tubes. Consistent sets make it easy to paddle out. Be mindful of rip tides in India. Rocky bottom beaches better for surfing. Bigger and more powerful breaks well off shore. You can see 8 footers at times. Good waves overall and not crowded at all. Locals are very friendly and curious. For more advanced surfers go during monsoon season if you like a serious challenge to your ego. Have fun.
RE: LOCAL INDIAN SURFER« Reply #7 on: December 27 2005 01:12:00 »
i am not a boarder but i do surf waves in a kayak..so i am looking for some good surf....
i do like 'em big...say sri lanka was to small in the kayak but overall i am still a beginner.
our journey is going to take us from goa over to pondicherry (this was/is the only place i thought there'd be some waves) and then north along the beaches before we start moving into jharkhand/bihar/nepal...
we've got our own vehicle (truck) and maybe if you guys could let us know where we could find some local surf...breaking decently far out form the beach and a long whitephase (plenty to do in it with a kayak)....
RE: LOCAL INDIAN SURFER« Reply #8 on: December 29 2005 01:12:00 »
all packed and ready to go see you soon looking forward to some rice and curry and cold Cobra!! mines the firsr round ok?
RE: LOCAL INDIAN SURFER« Reply #9 on: December 29 2005 06:12:00 »
Oh ya New Years day, c u soon then in 2006!!!
Wish u a safe & awesome flight!!! just try to stay awake when u fly over the coast so u can check out the surf from ur seat, & maybe u might just spot some good swell & new breaks that we havn't heard of yet ;)
Cheers Mate & Happy New Year to u & ur family & friends,