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RE: Where to surf on the big island in Hawaii« on: April 25 2006 09:04:00 »
Kammies Market is closed. Quicksilver bought the land and told them their lease was up. That's too bad, North Shore history down the tubes. Barry Kanaiapuni is opening a shop in the space, so all is not lost, just changed. Aloha Kammie.
RE: Where to surf on the big island in Hawaii« Reply #1 on: April 27 2006 04:04:00 »
fwuk you I don't have to defend myself I know who I am and where I'm from. Oh and the market your talking about is kammies. I don't shop there so I don't know wat the family name is. Only people on vacation can afford the time to go in there and ask. Ther rest of us locals have to work to try to keep up with the expensive real estate market that the japanese and white people made go up.
Ignore the jerks who slam you, brah.« Reply #2 on: April 27 2006 05:04:00 »
Puna, what lit you up, man? You sound pissed. Unless you get your money the old fashioned way (inherit it), we ALL have to work to afford to live. You can blame the Japanese and the Haoles for the rising real estate market, but it's the law of supply and demand working here, not some insidious plot to steal the homelands. More people are looking to live in the islands, so the real estate goes up, not to mention the interest rates are historically low making money cheap and easy. That's all it is, dude.
RE: Where to surf on the big island in Hawaii« Reply #3 on: May 05 2006 14:05:00 »
Back to the subject, I'm going to be in Hawaii for the first time this June. I'd like to get my wife in the water(she doesnt like the cold, polluted socal water) So whats a good beginner/tourist trap spot?
RE: Where to surf on the big island in Hawaii« Reply #4 on: May 05 2006 15:05:00 »
We'll be on th Big Island, Hilo, Pua District area. Also, a good place to rent boards?
RE: Where to surf on the big island in Hawaii« Reply #5 on: May 05 2006 20:05:00 »
Kau district I mean. Looks like the best bet for me is Honolii, but doesn't seem like the best spot to teach the wife. Maybe we'll figure something else out when we get there. Any decent board rental around there? (decent as in not a soft-top)
RE: Where to surf on the big island in Hawaii« Reply #6 on: July 17 2006 18:07:00 »
Board rental @ P.V.s across from da palace in Kona. Talk story wit uncle mike an mek sure to say aloha to uncle bo an uncle lee on da porch nex door. Aloha- Nobody
RE: Where to surf on the big island in Hawaii« Reply #7 on: August 02 2006 15:08:00 »
anyone willing to share beta about the big island with hauole? i'm wondering about good longboard breaks for hauole and if there are hostels or safe places for a hauole chick to camp near any of them? also, are there places to rent boards...or do i just ask around?
RE: Where to surf on the big island in Hawaii« Reply #8 on: September 10 2006 18:09:00 »
yes, the big island has surf to offer if there is swell. the kona coast has banyans, lymons, pinetrees and kahaluu. good luck with the loc's.
RE: Where to surf on the big island in Hawaii« Reply #9 on: September 19 2006 13:09:00 »
not for you haole