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RE: Surfing Hainan« on: January 17 2006 23:01:00 »
I am travelling to Hainan. Do I need to take a board. Is there surf there all year round. Is it easy to find.
RE: Surfing Hainan« Reply #1 on: January 20 2006 22:01:00 »
I am in Hainan and have found a Japanese surf school who I'm trying to get in contact with. Can you let me know if you find anything and I will keep you posted as to how I get on.
RE: Surfing Hainan« Reply #2 on: February 05 2006 18:02:00 »
Graham, I am planning a trip to Hainan late this month or sometime in March. Is there any way I can get your chinese contacts e-mail to possibly get surf reports from and other info from?
RE: Surfing Hainan« Reply #4 on: February 14 2006 00:02:00 »
I have just arrived in Hainan and looking for some people to go surfing with. I have been out no more than 10 times in Scotland and looking for some easy waves.
RE: Surf School in Hainan« Reply #5 on: February 18 2006 01:02:00 »
I wouldn't trust that Japanese Surf School from Japan. I met Japanese who he took around, they didn't say anything good about him. They basically said they didn't get to do what they wanted to do re surfing particular breaks.
Hey, if your basically learning to surf try your luck. I was told he isn't cheap. Good Luck.
Regarding Enquiring about Email address from my Chinese contact he told me not to give it out. Sorry Mate. Lifes an adventure. Have Fun.
RE: Surfing Hainan« Reply #6 on: February 22 2006 13:02:00 »
How is the accomadation in Hainan.Are there any cheaper guesthouses along the surfable coasts or are they all centred around Sanya.Searching the internet they all seem to be priced in excess of $30 per night.And how about taxi,car,motorbike hire
RE: Surfing Hainan« Reply #7 on: March 04 2006 04:03:00 »
I am new to the SE China area. How difficult is it to transport a longboard to the area....like 9'?? Or is it better to stick with short boards +/- 6' so that they fit in the commuter planes?
RE: Surfing Hainan« Reply #8 on: March 13 2006 14:03:00 »
Hi, I will be on Hainan April 13,2006. Looks like Sanya is the place to fly in. I'm working on having a board manufacturer ship boards to Hainan from Thailand. Any advice on moderate price accomadations. Only staying 4 days.
RE: Surfing Hainan« Reply #9 on: March 14 2006 00:03:00 »
I suggest U go to Asiarooms.com, thats what I did. They can give you a good price overview in Sanya, as long as U know the area. Go to Google Earth .com to check out locations. It's a great way to search around.