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surfing girl (surfa) colombiana - hello,I was born in Bogota, raised in B/quilla and studied my university (oceanography)at Baja California Mexico, were I learnt to surf, and 4 years ago changed my life. now i´m back in Colombia, and i´m working at Tumaco, studing El NIño.Please to all the surfer that have surf the Pacific, to this anonimos,tell me when is the right time to surf, the points, some clues on how to get there, anything!I´m getting dry of not catching wavesthanks /espero me escriban/ ciaoADM
By jeff pennington, email@example.com, or firstname.lastname@example.org
I am colombian - my mom is from colombia my dad is from us. i have grown up in the states in florida. i go to colombia every 2 years to visit my cousins, aunt, uncle, and grandparents. i got into surfing bout 2 or 3 years ago. and when i went down there we went to a spot near barrinquilla( thats were my family lives) i dont know the name but there were bout 5 guys out there surfing. i didnt have my board so i just watched em. i have suddenly gained interest in surfing spots in colombia, but there isnt to much info out there, i am guessing it might be because of the condotion of things down there, i hope after things clear up down there i can dicover some world class breaks, beacuase i know they are there. could some one send me some info on spots on the atlantic side?
LAdrilleros y Juanchaco? - Hey what's up with the info from ladrillerons y Juanchaco?The surfers from Cali....Is it that bad to mention your spots or you just don't want nobody to know about it?....Share the stoke and let the good waves roll!JAG
flatness is killing me! - People, this is Jose reporting from MIami. It's dead flat!Borelly I sure remember you bro. We surfed together a few times...Where do you live? I heard "el Bolsillo" has been breaking lately...It will be so nice to be there with my homeboys just enjoying a sweet session....Saludos para todos!This are the clean days....lA OLA INVERNAL...To the locals from Quilla tomen fotos y mandenlas que no tenemos ni una buena!I will be posting a couple pictures I have from Punta Roca and Naranjos....but they are not all that!....Saludos y a la seccion esa que se levanta ahi al frente del espolon peguenle una buena buena cacheta' de parte de Garujoe!...........PEACE.....and please submit photos!
Hey Joe Gonzalez - Joe, no me recuerdas bro?, tu no vivias en torre 50 en B/quilla, yo soy Alex Borelly, el amigo de Jose Albis. como estas?, siempre recordando los buenos momentos de olas en Puerto. Espero que te este yendo bien en tu vida. Saludos a todos los surfistas. Un gran abrazo de un espiritu de surfing que todavia vive.
Colombia, flat cause of the winter!! - hey people from all over, let me tell you that I just came in from the atlantic coast, more precisely cartagena, and it was very flat, here the rain doesn´t stop. though the last day I was there i saw the swell coming in, I hope the rainy season stops very soon. joe G pilas con lo que hablamos parece que eso va pa arriba, marulo saludes es el mich por ahi anda mi mail, write me anytime you want dog!!alright people keep the surf and the beach clean, if anybody is planning a trip to pacific coast (choco)just let me know I live in bogota, my mail is somewhere here, SEE YA IN THE LINEUP!!
....GOT IT! - Webmaster: I got it know! You are totally right!...English like music is the universal language!.....Keep on surfing!To the anonymous writer....pretty interesting story about the Choco region in Pacific Coast. I bet there has got to be more than a few world class point breaks down there that roll in completely unridden!....I have heard about two Aussies that lived there for two years.....Keep surfing!
colombia - I would like to get some info about the pacific coast of Colombia
la costa pacifica - The surf in the pacific side of Colombia was born some years ago, when some friends started shaping pretty rustic boards, went to Ladrilleros and Juanchaco and made this place our local spot, now some little native kids have inherited our old boards and are starting to rip...In 98 five guys and me went to live in a little village in El Choco, (you can only get there by boat or plane, there are no roads) in the pure jungle, here we catch amazing waves by our selves for abaut a year, living in a sort of community all together, sharing food, surfing, and shaping in epoxythen for different reasons we separeted, but we all continued surfing and live for that. Something amazing we found out when we lived in the jungle is that 25 years ago, like in the 70s one gringo came and lived here for 4 years,he was a surfer... but since he left, nobody has ever known abaut him...
From colombia to the world - Well let me tell I am a local from the atlantic coast and let me tell ya that here in my country we recieve very warmly all people from other countries (no matter wich). we have good consistent waves all year round, I am planning to go soon to the pacific coast (is practicly a virgin coast beacuse of the dense jungle in choco), but in the atlantic coast you wont have any kind of problem (no guerrilla, no violence no nothing) you are invited to come and see!! we have a world class natural park that is called Parque Tayrona. if you want more details or info, contact me...you wont regret it.
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