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localism - this spot is not as localized as people make it out to be. if you wait your turn and not drop in on anyone you'll be fine. one of the most consistent spots on the metro area so its always super crowded and you will get your ass handed to by a gang of about 30 locals that live there if you act like a rich spoiled gringo.
By R Scott
Surfari next Year - Thinking about heading to PR next year for a surf trip...
What is this about locals? - I'm a white guy from NYC that usually travels by myself or with my wife and I can tell you that I have never had problems anywhere in PR with Locals. In fact, last year I met this chill dude, what up chullo, Aviones was flat so he took me around and we drove along the coast until we found good waves at Los Tubos. Dude couldn't even surf because he had to go to work but he still drove around with me to find a good spot. Show up with 10 guys and expect to get hassled anywhere in the world.
Aviones - Crowded beach, watch out for locals
Hay Pal Carajo Peru! - Were talking waves here not economic situations. This is the second time ive seen you bash PR. If you dont want to talk surf get the hell out of this forum!
Grom - Yea I would have to say Aviones is a pretty sweet beach, but it's always crowded. Also the surfers aren't really talkitive. There's no vibe there. The waves are pretty gnarley. I've been there a couple of times, but I know one time I was surfing and I hit the reef (which is prettty close) and the touched this really sharp thing. So is the reef really pointy and dangerous? I've actually never been hurt there. So if ur ecperienced go check it out!!
By Oregon sucks
HOLA - I am Peruvian and I live in Oregon. The life here is miserable. Terrible weather, not diversity, just bunch of nasty rednecks closed minded people all over. Jobs pay low, and specially terrible white sharks on the water that freak me up. I am trying to move to Puerto Rico but I would like an advise. I am educated, have a bachelor and some experience in my field. Is it pretty good in Puerto Rico? like are there lots of jobs? do they pay good money comparing with the cost of living? Any advised would be greatly appreciated it. Thanks
By Juexqs firstname.lastname@example.org
"Aviones": great wave - Check this! Aviones is a great spot! I have lived many years here in P.R. and I take the left break many times...The spot is hard... Is great for take great big tubes. I enjoy that wave. Is consistent, have many "chanels". Can ride it so many different forms and conditions in the year. Crowded times... In good days, can ride the waves without people. Don't scare about people!!! Follow the rules, like any place you go. "the first who have the top for left, take the left by law. the first who have the top of the rigth, take the rigth for law.
it sucks - its a nice wave but it's super crowded and the wave is just not worth fighting for. Can be dangerous at times because of everyone trying to catch the same wave.
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