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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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By anonymous , 06-07-2004

iberia does not chanrge for boards. - All surfers should adopt Iberia, which does not charge on boards.

By anonymous , 06-07-2004

I mean break not brake - I mean break not brake

By anonymous , 06-07-2004

Continental Over charges and brake boards - They over charge and they do not care what happens to the board.
I was sure since I pay so much I get an insurance of some sort, but no they over charge you and if it breaks then it is your problem.

By Brooklyn,NY , 06-07-2004

To " Flight over charge on Surf Board " - Fly on American next time. They were so great to us. We had a 10' surfboard bag that must have weighed over 100 lbs because we packed so much in it. Not only did they only charge us $70 ROUND-TRIP, they walked me up to the front of the first-class check in line (I was flying coach) and checked me in in 5 minutes. I guess they felt sorry for having to drag that huge thing around the extremely long check in line. The lady at the counter even tried to get the fee totally waived for me but her boss didn't allow it.

By anonymous , 05-07-2004

- Tamarindo and the beaches near it have mostly great right hand break, you can find Playa Negra near which olds some owsome right handers.
On Jaco/Hermosa you can find right and left, Jaco is also near Baranca which has one of the longest lefts in the world.
Tamarindo is more beautifull, it is a small town where Jaco is more like a little city.

Well, hope I helped, enjoy.

By anonymous , 04-07-2004

- I will be going to Costa next week and was having a hard time deciding whether to go to Jaco/ Hermosa area and surf all the central and south breaks or go to Tamarindo area and surf up there. It will be my first time to Costa and I will be there only for a week. Which would be the best place to base my trip from, just wanting some good solid waves. Dont care about the party scene.

By chub rock , 04-07-2004

jay lib - bring your own boards and go to pavones or matapalo at that time of year,th ewaves are better.if your flying out of lax or mia call tico travel out of ft lauderdale they got the lock on cheap tix and 2 boards fly free

By Alvaro , 03-07-2004

Longboarding - I suggest Ollie's Point, Avellanas, Playa Negra, Playa Grande, Witch's Rock, and Boca Barranca. All except Barranca (Central Pacific) are in Guanacaste (N.Pacific). You should base yourself out of Tamarindo and arrange trips to all those places. To go to Ollie's and Witch's arrange it with the Witch's Rock Surf Camp in Tamarindo, they will arrange everything for you. Have fun! Pura Vida!

By anonymous , 02-07-2004

best places for longboarding - costa rica, not costa rice, sorry bout the spelling

By anonymous , 02-07-2004

best place's for longboarding - i was thinking about taking a trip to costa rice, never been, and was wondering if anyone could point me in the right direction for good places for longboard, and the best time of the year for that, i've been surfing on and off for 5 years, looking for spots that are mellow and fun, thank you

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