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RE: surfing in thailand« on: January 09 2011 16:01:00 »
try hung-lo and why-no-free around the corner from kata. triple overhead.
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RE: surfing in thailand« Reply #1 on: April 04 2012 19:04:00 »
I live in Thailand,retired and spend alot of time exploring for Surf or other water oppurtunities. The Myanmar-Thai coast where the countries overlap is vast with amazing islands and strange powerful tides. Yes Thailand is not known for its consistent and big surf, but as a staging area for many other locales it can"t be beat. Indonesia,Sumatra Sri Lanka,Australia,etc. are all at the backdoor waiting. I lived and surfed in Hawaii and saw the changes of pollution and overpopulation and the most shark like agro surfers decend en masse. I miss the waves and the real Hawaiians. Hope the surf and eco crowd try to save the precious beaches. BP