April 09 2006 20:04:00 »
Hi guys, I am in Hainan right now, I 'd be really pleased if anyone could told me more about the Japanese surfing school. Since I am just a beginner. I will really like to join your surfing trip in Hainan.
April 19 2006 02:04:00 »
Hello Francesco. I just arrived in Zhuhai from Canada to teach english. I am a surfer as well and was really hoping to live close to waves. Every weekend I go to a beach in Zhuhai to surf!!! The waves are small right now but they will progressively become larger and since there are only a small number of foreign surfers, you never have to worry about missing a wave!!!! Zhuhai is located next to Macau and it's very cheap to travel around once you are here. I am planning to surf Hainan when I can catch a flight soon. Feel free to e-mail me if you have any more questions. Cheers, Jayanna
April 25 2006 07:04:00 »
Hey, I will be in Sanya around the 1 of May. Actually I will get there in Sunday. Anyone who would like to meet up to surf and rent a car?
May 08 2006 15:05:00 »
Graham--My son and friend (both 17) want to go surfing in Hainan in June with a program called Hainan Surfing World with Bryan Lukas, who is just starting this program. He's from Hawaii. Have you heard of him or this program? What have you heard? They would be staying at the Kangle Hotel near the Hot Springs. Any information would be great!
June 03 2006 21:06:00 »
Graham here, I have surfed that area, it's got great waves, I coached surfing in Aus, if your unsure about the guy your organising check out his coaching credentials, how long he's been doing it, safety points, references, etc. All common sense stuff. In Australia we have a National coaches registration program with Surfing Australia. We have hundreds, if not several thousands who are registered with it. I'm not sure, I think the USA has a similar coaching program. I'll be in Hainan for 2 months from the 19th of June, I'm not there to coach though.
Good Luck GRAHAM
June 03 2006 21:06:00 »
Graham, hi this is Lance, i think you coached
the aussie team a few years back, hainan needs a good surf coach, hope you
can help, by the way, i might go to sanya soon, do you
coach boogie boards.
June 05 2006 23:06:00 »
i am currently in china i am orignal from auss about to go to Hai Nan but i dont own a board does the surf shop sell cheap boards over there? what are the breaks like over there?umm and is there anythings to look out for example sharky waters agressive locals whats the deal with the whole china culture surf it would be great to get a reply
June 10 2006 17:06:00 »
Coming to Taiwan for Business (from the Caribbean) in Early September ?
Can I rent a board ?
Require a full suit/shortie ?
Best Place to stay near the surf ?
July 17 2006 00:07:00 »
It's baz from Long Reef. Steve & I are just back from Indo. The place is infested with small armies opf Dutch/German & Swede surfers - nice people but downright dangerous in the water. We met one crew, who could barely surf, they proudly announced over a Bintang or 6 that they were on there way to G-Land!!!
Anyway, it's too crowded ( Kuta Reef & Airports Left with 40 to 60 on it, forget Ulu's) and Hainan beckons. Send an E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with some info: how your finding it, fares from Oz, accom, girls and the like.
July 18 2006 06:07:00 »
I`m going to Taiwan from August 12th - August 22nd for surf. Can you recommend some good sites during this time. Thanks. - Murphy