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RE: surfing goa« on: March 14 2005 04:03:00 »
bungalow - your prediction was accurate!! just had four days of top quality sw groundswell...four foot maybe a little bigger at times. i can hardly type my arms are so knackered. its gone flat again now tho, so back on the compootah looking for swell.
RE: surfing goa« Reply #1 on: March 14 2005 14:03:00 »
dave, I'm suprised you can't see the jealousy through the computer. I body surfed a little of that swell but have been too busy to source the materials to shape a board as of yet. Good news is that when I'm back in the US I might be able to produce a reggae show to cover my expenses to hit Puerto Rico Mid-May (I pulled the same thing off last year)! I don't know if you will be around after August 1st but we should meet up and catch some dawn patrol.
RE: surfing goa« Reply #2 on: March 21 2005 05:03:00 »
alex - apologies i am a bit thick/slow to catch on with the jealousy thing! it was beeee-autiful swell wasn't it? reggae show - too cool. get it sorted and drop me a line. i bet costa rica has a few waves no es cierto?
all - unfortunately i have now had to (reluctantly) leave goa, and am back in mumbai getting very pissed before flying home to the uk. sorry didn't get to hook up with you all. i am gonna put together a surfing goa website with the information i have gleaned after a year or so, plus piccies and stuff. will post hte site adddress when i have sobered up and done it!!!
take it easy
RE: surfing goa« Reply #3 on: March 25 2005 17:03:00 »
Hey mate, im in bangalore atm(march,april 05), and im looking to go surfing in GOA asap. let me know if you are heading that way!
take care rod.
RE: surfing goa« Reply #5 on: March 27 2005 14:03:00 »
Hey Dave - Man did you go back to the U.K for good? Maybe I should look back through the threads. We had some great swell this week - my body surfing is reaching new hights - I can now go down the line and make a bottom turn up over the top - how depressing! Though I did discover a couple great new point breaks that look like they will be sheltered during the monsoon. I leave for the U.S on Thursday and will be back here August 1. Catch up with ya later.
The anticipation is killing me! PART 1« Reply #6 on: April 04 2005 08:04:00 »
Not long to go and I'm being made to wait for it! The days are getting slower and slower, dragging their heels through the pain of a wet English spring day.
The anticipation is killing me - PRT2« Reply #7 on: April 04 2005 08:04:00 »
The sky outside is grey; the roof tiles are grey; the road should be black, but the puddles reflect the sky and so they are grey; my colleagues are wearing every variation of grey - there's Jon's shirt - grey with a thin blue stripe; Laura's tight v neck, long sleeve, figure hugging shirt - dark, muddy, grey;
The anticipation is killing me (PART3)« Reply #8 on: April 04 2005 08:04:00 »
there's Paul's suit jacket hanging off his chair - light grey, with grey stripes, and grey button's; Hao's shoes are smiling at me - grey laces; Sam is gliding around the office, with her locks of red hair bobbing of her shoulder - her grey skirt, with specks of red and gold, rising suggestively up her thigh as she sits down at her computer.
The anticipation is killing me (PART4)« Reply #9 on: April 04 2005 08:04:00 »
Everyone is sat on dark grey office desks, at light grey computers, with charcoal grey telephones, and silver-grey notepads, and purplish-grey screens dividing our attentions.