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RE: Where to surf on the big island in Hawaii« on: November 24 2005 17:11:00 »
RE: Where to surf on the big island in Hawaii« Reply #1 on: November 24 2005 22:11:00 »
pipeline - 500 guys out - all hasseling for inside - breaks once in a blue moon - blows out easily - sounds like a great place
RE: Where to surf on the big island in Hawaii« Reply #2 on: November 24 2005 22:11:00 »
Errn wrong more like 2:30in the morning.
RE: Where to surf on the big island in Hawaii« Reply #3 on: November 24 2005 22:11:00 »
Oh yeah pipe is so shitty that all you haoles buy tickets to come here and surf pipe, oh and they hold the pipe masters and backdoor shoot out. Just stay where ever you are you kook you'll get your ass kicked with that mentality.
RE: Where to surf on the big island in Hawaii« Reply #5 on: November 25 2005 06:11:00 »
Kammies is near sunset, brah. Foodland is near Waimea. That's about it for local foodstuffs on the North shore.
RE: Where to surf on the big island in Hawaii« Reply #6 on: November 25 2005 06:11:00 »
you called it though, at Kammieland.
RE: Where to surf on the big island in Hawaii« Reply #7 on: November 25 2005 11:11:00 »
BTW, the timestamp is likely Greenwich mean time.
RE: Where to surf on the big island in Hawaii« Reply #8 on: January 14 2006 22:01:00 »
..i wrote to a oahu surf shop the one with sand on the floor..and the response was :
(copied and pasted from email)
Contrary to what's been told of the hauole ("white man" but it actually means foreigner) being beaten up by the hawaiian locals, it's not that bad. We do have some surf spots that are really localized and don't welcome visitors. Most of the common spots for visitors to surf are ok. Waikiki beach(South) and White Plains beach(South-West) are the best, followed by Laniakea(North) and some spots in Kailua(East). Surf breaks on military bases are safe also.
Whatever you decide to do, if you need a board just let me know.
all i wanna do is surf
RE: Where to surf on the big island in Hawaii« Reply #9 on: January 14 2006 22:01:00 »
..anyway ya know i have been saving and working out getting in shape and ya know i am not sure now...i am 51 surfing since 12 i ride bonzers (best board on planet)and i am in excellent health and shape( i am tarzan !) have long hair to my waist and play music for a living.biggest wave i ever surfed was appox 22 ft after a one mile paddle...i have two kids 5 and 15 and a beautiful wife and ya know, i don't see how getting harrassed or beaten up in front of my kids and wife would constitute fulfilling a lifes ambition.