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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 rambla

Argentina, North

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By The crazy rambla local , 08-08-2006

Rambla the history - Ok I'll write it in your yankies...
Rambla as the leyend says is a nice and large big wave in a clasic day but it also work with all kind of swells, but generraly in a clasic day it starts braking at 200 meters from de coast with a low marea", as i was saying this sand bar it's nothing more than an ancient churche (Iglesia) burryed by the dunes as the Rambla" (construction that was discovered a few years ago, that it's in front of the coast and as the churche, this one was burry but i didn't move from there) the churche has moved by water acueducts to inside the sea. And that's why this wave breaks classic in catolics dates as Easter, crhistmas and other saints days. If you prai enoght it may work tomorow.
This may no be a science fact but it's what we all believe.

By admin , 05-08-2006

langage - english post please ! like that everybody will be abble to understand the comments


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