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RE: Surf in or near Manila« on: June 08 2008 21:06:00 »
Hi Darryl, Just wanted to say thianks for the great time in the wave pool. My son is 12 years old and it was great for him to experience the thrill of surfing. You and your instructors are excellent and made my son feel safe and happy. We are coming back for more lessons and cant wait to do one of your surf trips to the coast. Keep up the good work and dont listen to those other idiots. I think they are jealous of you...
RE: Surf in or near Manila« Reply #1 on: June 11 2008 22:06:00 »
Thanks Kathryn, some people are just as you say. Ive had guys there that are real surfers and they think it is great for learners. They even got out and had a few waves themselves. Anyway they are the ones that are missing out. I know the owner who had it built and he told me he had never seen or let anyone surf it before me. Strange what people claim. Also I've stayed in 3 different places in Real and 1 of them was club manila east hotel at Real Quezon (which is 4 star).
RE: Surf in or near Manila« Reply #2 on: June 13 2008 06:06:00 »
good work, daryll. just to remind you that you have to get a working permit to work as a surf coach here. you have to prove that there are no other filipinos capable of what you're doing. or you'll be deported. keep it up.
RE: Surf in or near Manila« Reply #3 on: June 15 2008 07:06:00 »
ill contact the b.i. to check the permit of this coach hope you will be deported go back to your motherland and try to exploit your own country
RE: Surf in or near Manila« Reply #5 on: July 09 2008 02:07:00 »
swimmingpool et al you're angry kooks! probably abused as children...
RE: Surf in or near Manila« Reply #6 on: July 21 2008 04:07:00 »
I'd like to know how I can arrange for lessons with you? I've heard great feedback about this activity in club manila east. You are obviously blessed with patience and good humor - both put to good use in answering the ignorant comments. Makes me even more confident that you'd be a great instructor. Could you reply to me privately via email instead of this forum? I, unfortunately, am not quite as patient as you are in listening to uninformed opinions. Thank you.
RE: Surf in or near Manila« Reply #7 on: December 09 2008 15:12:00 »
You guys should all forget the agro and start actually talking about what this site is about and that is SURF. I too am an Ozzie and I have been surfing the Zambales region for about 10 years. I have a house there and family. It is great love the people love the place.
RE: Surf in or near Manila« Reply #8 on: December 09 2008 15:12:00 »
Hey Swimming pool sounds like you are a real KOOK!!! Get a life and leave Darryl alone.
Go Dazza hope to catch up some day. My door is always open in Zambales drop in some time. email is firstname.lastname@example.org get in touch.
RE: Surf in or near Manila« Reply #9 on: December 26 2008 12:12:00 »
CME surf staff is ok, Darryl was one of the instructors along with Coach EJ, learning in the wave pool is good for beginners, I wish I had taken lessons with them before I went to Hawaii for my first time to surf, I could have caught more waves if I had taken lessons and built up my strength in the pool!
Oh well, I guess next time, but until then, I'd rather surf in CME than travel 2 or 3 hours and not even catch a wave.