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Topic: surfing goa

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replies: 135

By:

Mark

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RE: surfing goa

« on: January 11 2006 04:01:00 »

Sorry to disappoint everyone but i wouldnt expect to get much waves in Goa. I was there for 3 weeks a couple of years ago and didnt see anything above knee high shore breakers. This is coming from an Aussie surfer. Head down to Kerala instead.

By:

Sora

RE: surfing goa

« Reply #1 on: January 11 2006 06:01:00 »

mr Hi,

U r the joke...& Sora (meaning: shark in Tamil) is also my personality, & Hawaii is the route of surfing, so the lingo goes with surfers all routed to the sport, & as for u, keep floating with ur brother turds in the drainpipes, kook.

Sora Alai Raja

By:

Dushyanth Ganjam

RE: surfing goa

« Reply #2 on: January 16 2006 01:01:00 »

Hi Gouri,
       Even i am interested in learning surfing, do let me know if you find any one to teach.
Thanks
Dushyanth

By:

hi

RE: surfing goa

« Reply #3 on: January 16 2006 04:01:00 »

haha sore the tamil shark , yeah right, i think the waves in aus are just a bit better and cleaner than india so now worries mate u stay there. i can also guarantee u having surfed the north shore that if u use that word haole in hawaii or anywhere u will be laughed at and thought of as a joke, mate i have hawaiian mates who dont even use it, and its used as a joke, so yeah mate whatever.

By:

sor

RE: surfing goa

« Reply #4 on: January 17 2006 06:01:00 »

to Hi,

it ain't funny anymore...so y dont you be a little brave, show yourself & stand up to ur words, punk!!!

Sora

By:

Johnny Boy Roy

RE: surfing goa

« Reply #5 on: January 17 2006 06:01:00 »

Peace Sora!!! It's why we surf...enjoy the waves, & dont worry, he ain't coming to your break, i guess he is somewhere in Australia, yapping away... :)

By:

bubble

RE: surfing goa

« Reply #6 on: January 17 2006 09:01:00 »

hej glad to hear people up for surf, write to smarisas@hotmail.com if there in Goa on feb-march, please only surf related issues. Pervs don't bother.

By:

uti

RE: surfing goa

« Reply #7 on: January 25 2006 04:01:00 »

hi, I gonna be in goa, in february between 6 and 27, I m thinking to bring my board or no, because there is always troubles with it on the plane.. so I can hire your board? you know good places to stay(I mean cheap)? we are a couple with a kid 3 year old boy. would be nice to hear from u!
uti

By:

bubble

RE: surfing goa

« Reply #8 on: January 25 2006 06:01:00 »

Hej Uti,
What kind of board you usually ride? I am thinking of taking my longboard, it is 7,2". Still not sure at all if there is gonna be some waves or not.....

By:

bubble

RE: surfing goa

« Reply #9 on: January 25 2006 06:01:00 »

I don't know any places to stay unfortunately since it is my first time going there. I think it shouldn't be a problem to find accomondation.. But then again if you have small son with you its a bit different. You might wanna have a look from Lonely Planet maybe? Or some goa websites? I haven't even start looking yet myself either, if you find something nice, let me know too. And yes you can use my board if treat it nicely and if I will take it with me since haven't got info about wavesituation for the moment.....


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