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Help, need surf info on San Andres & Providencia! - Hola amigos! I need some info on san andres. I'm going there this November to meet up with my wifes family from medellin (paisas). This coast has got to have waves. Having surfed costa rica's east coast serveral times and surfed in Santa Marta (Tyrona & vicinity). I'll post some info when I get back.
just one more thing - Dude, respect. Colombia not Columbia.
By Ted Malibu
you got it bra! - No worries! Peace out, surf on. I hope to explore Columbia one day.
Apologies - Apologies, the U.S.A as a government or a free and peaceloving nation, is obviously not to blame for missing out Colombia in the Stormrider guide. Sorry dude wasnt an attack on you personally. Live in peace.
from Sweden to Colombia! - I live and surf in the south of ice cold sweden. My girl is from Cali, Colombia. We want to go back to Colombia and check out the surf. Cali is pretty close to the pacific so i really like to know abot some spots over there.It sounds cool that there are plenty of surfers there.So when we go there i can surf all day and my girl can dance salsa allday that why she wants to go there.....
By Ted Malibu
USA IDIOTS? - The World Stormrider guide was written by Low Pressure Systems in the UK. These guys are from ENGLAND, not the US.So before calling anybody idiots, do your research!
dudes......stoked - I am totally stoked to see the surfing population in Colombia is active and promoting the country. I will be visiting the country very soon and am certainly ignoring the very negative bullshit reports we get on the news. Television always exagerates the problems so it seems that the problems are all over the country. Oh how wrong they are!! I know this because I am from Belfast in Northern Ireland, you know the I.R.A and all that shit. Anyway I surf, that is my religion, the waves are my drugs and the sea is my church. My church takes me all over the world, my drugs change every time i take one and they become more and more addictive. Nothing in the world, unatural can stop me from practising my religion or taking my drugs, even politics. So next stop Colombia, "me novia" is colombian, from bucamarranga (hope the spelling is right) and we will be returning to her home in about 6 months. She wants me to visit her family and I want to surf!! Perfect realationship. This site is undoubtably the most helpful thing for me (seeing the World Stormrider Guide seems to miss out Colombia - USA idiots) and any other visiting surfer. So please keep on writing in English, or even a translation. Keep on promoting you beautiful country because you are beautiful people. The world that is ignorant is the world that misses out. All the more waves for us. Keep it sweet.TEZZA (IRELAND)
J F - Hey i'm right now in australia but on my way to colombia, i think i gotta find a good spot up there to don't get dry without some waves. something like here byron bay or snape rock that'd be good. if someone has some info.. write firstname.lastname@example.org i'm going near the atlantic
First Pacific break! - Hello everybody. Finally somebody decided to post the first wave of the Pacific Coast. COOOL!I hope you keep posting more pretty soon. I only heard of Juanchaco and Ladrilleros.What's happpening with all the others?....Share the stoke!JOSE
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