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RE: surfing and teaching« on: June 19 2006 13:06:00 »
I'll be in Taipei from the end of June till the beginning of July for a film festival...I'd love to get a lesson in surfing...I've only tried it once, at Daxi outside of Keelung in Taiwan (last year) but I'm a decent snowboarder (been riding since '88).
Anyone available to give lessons? I'm ready!
RE: surfing and teaching« Reply #1 on: October 21 2006 00:10:00 »
i run a backpackers hostel in taiwan,and in the surf town on the Pacific ocean side of taiwan, the town call Hualien City.
if you r intersting teaching and surfing,please email me
RE: surfing and teaching« Reply #2 on: October 21 2006 00:10:00 »
i run a backpackers hostel in Taiwan,located just next to the Pacific Ocean,the town call Hualien.
Hualien is very lay back city,and has many great spots for surfing.
if you have any questions about teaching and surfing,please email me.
RE: surfing and teaching« Reply #3 on: November 21 2006 18:11:00 »
I am interested in surfng and teaching in Hualien. I have heard it is hard to find ESL jobs there. Any furhter information would be great.
RE: surfing and teaching« Reply #4 on: July 19 2007 22:07:00 »
i have recently (five minutes ago) applied to a recruitment agency for tesl placement in taiwan and am aiming for september. I have a cover letter, resume, photo, bachelors degree, etc. I NEED TO SURF TO LIVE. Does this island get surf? My girlfriend is coming with me. Are there two possible opennings?
RE: surfing and teaching« Reply #6 on: August 17 2009 19:08:00 »
I live in Keelung and have got some idea of what goes on up here. In taiwan basically you'd be best off getting a job in taitung or haulien. That said, you might struggle to get a job in those towns, I certainly did and thats why I'm now up north. There are waves about but best before/after a typhoon in the summer. At the moment it is flat flat flat...
If you're a cold water boy like me then the winter months will yield something. there are the obvious sports like dasi and wu-shi harbour but after that you'll need a scooter and patience.
Good luck and let me know if you're in the area, I'd be happy to show you around!
RE: surfing and teaching« Reply #7 on: December 21 2009 12:12:00 »
I have been looking into places where I would be able to teach English and do bodywork and surf. seems that most of the jobs are in big cities and most of the asian jobs require a one year contract. I am living in Mexico for part of the year now.. oh god, please don't make me go back to Canada!!! would love to find a contract for six months in a warm place i could teach and surf for june-january or so. I speak english, french and spanish. if i get better at surfing i think i would prefer to teach surfing than english. or both..