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RE: Surfing near Acapulco« Reply #1 on: March 08 2007 11:03:00 »
Best surf spot ever is 6 hours south of Acapulco in PUERTO ESCONDIDO. Plenty of surf shops and great waves.
RE: Surfing near Acapulco« Reply #2 on: March 29 2007 14:03:00 »
for anybody who wishes to surf in acapulco contact antonio he has surf classes, board rentals and surf trips to the nearest surf spots.he is the man in the area, i was there for spring break and really enjoyed his surf services,he`s got a surf site, www.acapulcosurfing.com
RE: Surfing near Acapulco« Reply #3 on: March 31 2007 18:03:00 »
dont worry about your board mate just warm up your oesophagus and strap your dancing shoes on be sure to have a little chat to the local cab drivers they will be glad to help you out with some party powder to assist in you bloody good nighta at the paladium to dance with devil
dont worry about what the teacher says
and dont piss in public
RE: Surfing near Acapulco« Reply #5 on: March 31 2007 18:03:00 »
dont worry about surfing just hit the piss and get on the columbian marching powder and hit the clubs
RE: Surfing near Acapulco« Reply #6 on: December 01 2007 02:12:00 »
I've been going there for 23 years & have a house in Brisa Mar below Las Brisas. The only decent surf nearby is BonFil, Revolcadero sucks unless you like cornerless closeouts. I have hit some decent waves just south of Acapulco Princess hotel before BonFil. Kind of a long walk on very hot sand, but worth a look. If you don't want to venture outside of Aca area, BonFil is pretty much it. Barra Vieja is further down & not worth the extra driving. You might find boards to rent at the beach, but they're all shit. A couple surf shops in town, but they rape anyone not local, especially Gringos. If you really want to surf, man up & take your own board[s].
RE: Surfing near Acapulco« Reply #7 on: December 01 2007 02:12:00 »
I've seen sharks there [BonFil] several times but the surf was always too good to get out- they weren't swimming toward me anyway so it was all good, LOL. Most sightings were baby hammerheads caught in the outside peaks- too small to eat you. Watch out for the rebar [that's right, metal rebar] poking up in the shorebreak- the fisherman use them for their nets. Easy to spot at low tide, but they disappear when it goes high. If you nail one, you'll probably die or be maimed for life.
RE: Surfing near Acapulco« Reply #8 on: December 01 2007 02:12:00 »
Summer time means lots of rain, brown water, & large surf. Sorry, but Summer time is generally shi++y, despite larger size. Winter is dry, clear water, & smaller, but very, very fun. I hit near-stand-up barrels last Dec, so it doesn't have to be as small as some may lead you to believe. Lefts & rights were equally perfect- peaks everywhere. BUT, I have seen long stretches of tiny surf syndrome too, but that happens globally, so deal with it & check the charts before you go.
RE: Surfing near Acapulco« Reply #9 on: December 01 2007 02:12:00 »
If you want whores & blow, they are in town, but this is a surf forum, so find them yourself if you're into that. Tons of bikinis in Dec-Jan, but most aren't worth looking at where the surf is, & if they are hot, they aren't alone, usually surrounded by family. Single hotties hang out along the surfless shi+hole Bay...one of the highest bacterial counts on the planet. I won't swim in it. Food/accommodations in Aca proper [Dec-Jan] will empty your wallet quickly since it's high season.