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Teiki Mathieu Baillan surfing a self-made Alaia surfboard in Lances Left, Mentawaï, Indonesia. Photo by C. Naslain, 2009.
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Going chile Jan/Feb - Hi can anyone give me some good info on where to stay and how to get around chile when i go in January/February. Im flying from england and im going solo so if anyone wants to tag along feel free to let me know!
Any nice surf school around Santiago - Hi anyone who knows a nice surfschool/camp close to Santiago? Or simply a good surf hostel? I've been only surfing last two summers so I'm still a beginner. I also have no gear besides my springsuit wich i don't belive would work over there. Any good tips?
Surf trips Chile - Hi, my name is Juane, keen surfer since my 13 years old. If you wanna surf arround my country and get deep connected into our spots, culture, people, traditions and surf in the best spots in the correct moment, I invite you to contact me or check our services at wwww.deepconnection.cl.
Our headcuarters are at Punta de Lobos in Pichilemu in front of the wave, but we arrange everything since you put your first step in Chile.
You can aslo email me for more information or tips at email@example.com
Surf trips in Chile - if you wanna travel around chile, and get good waves e mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org Good trip for a good price, we can pick you from the airport and get to travel to the best spots in the central and southern Chile.
we have a van 4x4 and we can also include the equipments.
Earthquake! - I've gone to chile several times during the past 10 years to surf and according to friends of mine entire coastal towns down south have been wiped out by the tsunami cause by the powerful earthquake that just occured. I wonder what's left at famous breaks such as Punta Lobos,Puertecillo,Curanipe etc. Curious to know how it's affected the points and sandbars there. Could anyone tell me???
I do realize that many people have lost there lives and my heart goes out to all the families that have lost loved ones. Viva Chile!
CHILE BOOO - chile is horrible ..freezing cold ..full of sea lions and seals that suck on your toes ...sharp rocks ,,and i really thought it would have been worth it but flat as a pancake also!
Surf trip advice in chile - Hi,
I am planning a surf trip to chile for 2 months starting in November. I will be starting in the south and then moving my way north. Anyone have any tips for where to surf and stay? I would really appreciate any advice.
Iquique and Antofagasta - Can anyone out there give me some info on surfing in Iquique and Antofagasta in August? How cold is the water, and is there any surf shops in either/both towns? I will be there for work and won't be able to take surf stuff with me, so I will need to rent, borrow or buy stuff.
Let me know!
split a car? - Hey, I'll be headed to Pichilemu + south in July, used to live in Antofagasta, came back to the U.S. last August but headed back down for the summer. Looking to split a car rental to find waves for a few weeks, gonna work my way up to Lima by August. Let me know if interested.
Bodyboarders in or Travelling to Peru/Chile - Hey,
Due to the eruption of the pig flu i have had to leave Mexico early but have just found a cheap flight to Peru and heard of awesome hollow and heavy waves for the boog there and especially in Chile so am pretty amped for that. Just wondering if there is anyone who is going to or lives in Peru or Chile and would be keen to hit up some spots. I am going to get to Lima on 1 May 2009 and probably be around the area for 2 or three months. Or if not, does anyone know of good places to boog there and will I need a car to access the majority of spots or will I be able to get away with public transport.
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