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Teiki Mathieu Baillan surfing a self-made Alaya surfboard in Macaroni, MentawaÃÂ¯, Indonesia. Photo by C. Naslain, 2009.
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BARRANQUILLA AREA - NOONE CAN HELP ME?????Hi all, i'm going to visit colombia next jan in barranquilla area and i would like to receive information about it. How's the waves? as barranquilla is a very big city i would like to find a cabinas or something similar to stay on the beach in front of the spot, u know if it's possible??? and it's dangerous (i will go with my girlfriend). Thank a lot, PURA VIDA, Andrea
BARRANQUILLA AREA - Hi all, i'm going to visit colombia next jan in barranquilla area and i would like to receive information about it. How's the waves? as barranquilla is a very big city i would like to find a cabinas or something similar to stay on the beach in front of the spot, u know if it's possible??? and it's dangerous (i will go with my girlfriend). Thank a lot,PURA VIDA,Andrea
surf spots and shops in cartagena???? - hi, i'm about to visit cartagena on october i wander if there waves there and how big are they?i allso could'nt come with my bord so i wander if there is a surf shop over there.by the way if not in cartagena then where???a dry man in bogota
By encinitas, ca
info - i am going to be traveling and surfing the coast along peru, ecuador and i want to get into colombia. i was wondering how getting across the boarder from ecuador into colombia on the pacific side is, as well as crossing the boarder from colombia into panama`. i will be backpacking with my boardbag and any info regarding the boarders and the bus system (which will be my means of transportation) would be very helpfull..i have traveled and surfed in costa rica and the northern part of panama` on the caribbean side (bocas del toro).i could use some good tips and feed back from those who live in colombia and surf as well as those who have traveled in colombia...thanks...
Pull inside don`t be a pussy - Dear AllsI`m Andrew Lea of Indiatlantic Florida, I live in Bogota with family. I must visit the Pacific as the wave potential is huge. I believe that there is a surf camp somewhere around the region. Surely, the bastards in the campo have no time for a travelling surfer with a sticker of Che on his board. Any advice would be gratefull as a spot devoid of Yankee pricks would be a God send. I have the whereabouts to start a camp if the interest is there, how much do I have to pay the local guerras?Via Colombia,çMia Chica es a Guajira y tiene mucho contactos, y ella es maxima.
By King Kookulele
I Love You Colombia - Despite the hazards, which are calculated risks, I Love you unconditionally. One day you will be free from the parasites which now host off your countrymen. Never have I felt in danger within your borders. To you I will return time and time again. Do not listen to those who would drag your name through the dirt, for they do not know you. Forever your surf will pound the shore and generations will ride your waves evermore. You will prevail victorious and shine unto the world. I am a Gringo de pura sepa, mi vida es Colombia!!!!!
ekek0 - I invite you to come to Colombia this is paradise without exploring we will receive you with the opened doors, the best one of everything.
where, how, when to surf in Colombia - Surfers of Colombia, I am originally from Colombia, I moved to San Diego... I am a long boarder and want to surf in Colombia in the near future, I usally take out my Gordon and Smith 10foot board and I want to know about surfing in Puerto Colombia or in barranquilla, please let me know, if you have some pictures that would be awesome!
Interesting points... - Very interesting discussion. In summary, nobody has to go if they don't feel like, just understand, Colombia is not only what you see in the news... Just read all the messages in this site and you won't find a single message of a gringo that has been in Colombia saying they didn't like it and that they won't go back.. That to me tells a lot...
Alright gringo... - Points well taken. Cali would be a heavy place to visit. I'm sure if I went there and was talking to people and walking around, it could get very intense. Yet, there's only one way to find out- go! Wish me well, and maybe I'll find some empty surf!!!
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