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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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 La fonda

Mexico, Baja Norte

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By perrito , 30-12-2004

no camping - The campground is closed for the winter, no permits...

By anonymous , 17-11-2004

learn how to spell spot names... - or don't surf them. "Salsa Puedos" You portray like it's gotten crowded lately as if you've surfe baja for 30+ years, i would guess you could spell salsipuedes by now.

By Uncle Dave , 28-10-2004

Get it while it's good - Check out La Fonda/K-58 when there's not enough swell to get the reefs and points working. I caught it on 10/16/04 (Saturday) with a combo swell. It was very good. 6' slow breaking lefts and rights. The best access is from the campground ($5 for day parking), but you can also cruise down a staircase on the south side of the hotel. You may wanna tip the security guards if you park in front of the restaurant.

By , 24-09-2004

Labor Day La Fonda - Yeah, the sunday on Laborday was great! Overhead surf. I surfed just north of the rockpile. Only took a few waves, but what a rush. Water was clear, the sun was out, no wetsuit, can not get much better. Great end to summer. I usually stay at the pyrimid resort just north of K58, just a short walk. The grass roof resturaunt there at the camp site{Papagayos??) is a great place to have a drink, meal, and listen to those guys on accoustic guitars. Usually when I go south of the border, La Fonda area (AKA La Mision, K58) is where I stay.

By hbsurfguy , 09-09-2004

not for beginners - just got back from la fonda a few weeks ago trip was timed perfectly as a nice overhead south swell arrived right on time to make for some great waves not for beginners this wave will eat you up and spit you out if your not careful. The paddle out is deadly when you catch a few 8 footers to the dome(which will happen to everyone when its big). Overall one of the best waves ive surfed with good shape, but be careful on what you drop in on cause this is definatly a heavy wave that will really show you who is boss if you think your hot shit

By Someone who cares.....a little , 02-09-2004

First good swell in ............. - Man...finally some good surf. Anyone who was there last weekend (August 28 - 30) knows what I'm talking about. Not epic, per se, but it's been awhile since we have had the swell, wind, tide and ganja come together so perfectly. This has been a favorite for a long time. Funny how everyone congregates in front of the camp. Never do surf right out front. If I want crowds and attitude, I'll stay home and go to Blacks. Beautiful little spot, too bad the bluff is so funky. When in Mex, whether it's TJ, Rosarito, La Fonda, Nexpa or anywhere always respect the land, the sea and the locals. Not just there, but everywhere. If you take (waves), give a little back. BTW - every year there are more local kids just ripping. Good to see.

By not fooled by gringo america,,,,,,wake up , 27-08-2004

fontana - Has anyone seen Fontana, Palmdale, and pretty much all of the Inland Empire. Thats what happens to Great White Americans when push comes to shove. The hardest working and cleanest people in California are Mexicans, especially the ones that have been here for longer than 4 generations. So all you immigrants and mongrols claiming europe and all other "Elite" countries go back and stay out off the West Coast where everything was clean as a whistle and peacefull before your ancestors pushed us off our own land. By the way it wasn't a fist fight otherwise The West Coast would be paradise. Later

By The drunk , 09-08-2004

La Fonda is a dump! - I Stopped by La Fonda with family to do some surfing and camping but when we drove in I could not believe how crowded it was and how much trash was just strewn about. Half the people didnt even look like they surfed. needless to say I headed down to Salsa Puedos where it was clean and open space. Why would anyone want to camp at La Fonda on the weekend or at all for that matter. Its a shame that it looks like a trash dump with a bunch of tweaker and there tents pitched. How about the border crossing this weekend? 3 1/2 hour wait to cross and we thought we would stay late so as to let all the weekenders wait in line allday so that we could zip thru. It always works but nit this weekend. How did northern baja get so damn crowded latley?

By brotherman3000 , 24-06-2004

play nice please - Everyone, please respect your fellow surfers. A very distressing thing for me has been the increase in people using public forums - internet message boards - for their own rants that have nothing to do with the purpose of the boards. Please act as if you are actually talking face to face with the person you're addressing your comments to. You'd never say 90% of the rude comments you type in these forums if they were standing in front of you. Think about that. And remember that these are the same people that you'll give a beer to when you go to great places like La Fonda. So please, play nice children.

By anonymous , 24-06-2004

- I think it would have been much perferable that the french had been able to hold possession of mexico back in the day

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