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Teiki Mathieu Baillan surfing a self-made Alaya surfboard in Macaroni, Mentawaï, Indonesia. Photo by C. Naslain, 2009.
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Welsh surfing - Wales is a great place to go surfing. Especially fresh water west and manobier!!1
Gower trip - I have just spent 4 days surfing the Gower. I have found the selection of breaks to be varied and excellent with sheltered spots for almost every wind direction - I even lucked into an excellent clean, setty and not too closeouty day at Caswell! and a dumpy but fun surf at Langland where I thought the standard of the locals was pretty high. My main point though is to say that I found the locals to be super friendly and helpful. They deserve respect not because they're moody but because they're a fucking cool bunch of people. Thanks guys - had a lot of fun.
- February is probably the coldest time to go but most consistant. wats up with the welsh being so bitchy and patriotic
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hello - hi everybody I'm going to stay in Bristol for more than a month in february.So i wonder about the water an its temp?and swell frequency during this month.thanks
can anyone recommend???? - hi, am popping down to south wales over bank hol on my own(nr magram)an am wonderin wheres best to go for a surf for a beginner/intermediate? everywhere i've looked on tinternet seems to mention turds quite alot which after surfing east coast (an not findin it particulary dirty) dint think it wud b much of a prob!!!post a reply on here or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org ta very muchly!!
J - That is where you are wrong, a change of government agenda is needed. And a bit of thought.
- At the end of the day if the wind farm doesnt go up at porthcawl it will most definetly go somewhere else where it is likely to have an even bigger impact.
Battle against Scarweather sands - Porthcawl Town Council is turning up the heat in its campaign against the proposed Scarweather Sands wind farm. It plans to write to every Assembly member urging them to support the local campaign and to First Minister Rhodri Morgan urging him to allow a free vote.If enough AMs call for a vote over the issue, it will go before the full Assembly.Leader of the council Chris Smart said: "The battle is to get a majority of AMs to oppose this scheme."The council was incensed when a committee of just four AMs overturned an Assembly-appointed planning inspector's recommendation to reject the wind farm.Opposition to the farm is still strong in Porthcawl, Neath, Port Talbot and Swansea.When the planning inspector came down against the scheme, opponents thought they had won a major battle.He spoke of the visual impact it would have on the seaside town but Councillor Smart said the AMs did not agree.
whether students surf good or not is not the issue! - The issue is they are rude, and create a bad vibe.Doesn't give them the right to drop in then glare, as if they own the water. No matter how wonderful they surf.
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