I thought surfers were supposed to be tough guys. There is no icebrgs in it. My 5 year old godson has a wetduit and cannot keep him out the sea this time of yearQueef wrote: ↑Mon Feb 25, 2019 1:02 pmDune du Pilat. I went there when I was a kid. I learned how to surf in Hossegor (near Biarritz) that same summer. The water was way too cold.pczz wrote: ↑Mon Feb 25, 2019 11:56 amfly into manila. head either northeast or northwest by car about 6 to 8 hours. Nw is a lot of surfing spots filled with australians. NE is a lot of wannabe resorts not yet crowded. Good surf usually. Alternative head for the atlantic coast of France . 300 miles of 3 metre waves and a beach to yourself. Its pretty much deserted but you might have to climb a 3 or 4 story sandune! 2 years ago I needed binoculars to see the next person. Cold waterQueef wrote: ↑Sat Feb 23, 2019 3:19 pmTons of cool spots in the Philippines. I only have 10 days though. I don't want to spend more than two days traveling to and from the spot. I've already promised myself to take a month off and go to some of the remote spots.clutchcargo wrote: ↑Sat Feb 23, 2019 1:46 pmCaveat: I know zero about surfing...
However, with over 7000 islands in the Philippines, I tend to think there's got be some good sites in there. Albeit, I've found in general the best places that haven't already been trashed with a million tourists etc are invariably remote and involve considerably more travel to get there. But rewarding.
I did a quick google and spotted this but I'm sure there's more https://www.booksurfcamps.com/news/surfing-philippines
Thank you for the link but that kind of websites is just tourist bait. It's the same kind of websites that tells gullible tourists like myself that Cambodia is well-preserved and has a lot to offer. Fool me once...
I met someone who just visited Sri Lanka and the Philippines. I have made my decision: Sri Lanka. I need more time for the Philippines.
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