few minutes before going surfing!
=) Oct 28, 2009 Rating: 0
realy considering about goin to hossegor for holiday at end of july o beginin of august. ive been surfin for about 8-10 years. but only surf bout 2/3/4 weeks a year. i know there are many breaks but will it be a good place for me or am i to inexperienced. p.s nice pic
Sean_Rusty Oct 23, 2009 Rating: 1
Sai Oct 23, 2009 Rating: -1
Home is firiiiiiiiiiiing!!!
Coh gray Oct 23, 2009 Rating: 1
(France) Just what it says on the tin GOOD as it gets
soutie Oct 23, 2009 Rating: 2
wot, sparrow's hearts ?
guba Oct 22, 2009 Rating: -1
bryn would go !
Younes Oct 22, 2009 Rating: 1
And a few days after the CT left : )
Bobby Desilva Oct 22, 2009 Rating: 0
yes please....all day
eire08 Oct 22, 2009 Rating: 1
yep its been perfect and i've been stuck in school :(
Tom Mosley Oct 22, 2009 Rating: 0
awsome left ... awsome right .... PERFECTION!!
traboys Oct 21, 2009 Rating: 1
zboy Oct 21, 2009 Rating: -1
looks perfect its been like that for a week and half on the west of ireland give or take yeehaa
traboys Oct 21, 2009 Rating: -2
And the south-east coast yaaaa!
Jeroen Oct 21, 2009 Rating: 1
One week off... No car and no money... and perfect waves just 700 km from here. This sucks!
nasty Nov 10, 2009 Rating: 1
Wait, 700 kilometers, right? I plugged that in to my handy dandy converter and that came out to 435 miles. Sorry, I may be translating Km to kilometers and you may be thinking something much different.
nhsurferman Oct 25, 2009 Rating: -1
for those waves i would walk/hitch hike, if you are anywhere near those waves get in the water
wrinkledog Oct 23, 2009 Rating: -1
No Canada has the 700Km commutes. You should just ride your bike; not that far really.
Jeroen Oct 22, 2009 Rating: 0
And you're from the States. Don't you drive like 700 KM every day to get to work?
nasty Oct 22, 2009 Rating: 2
just 700? i guess distance is relative?
tanman Oct 21, 2009 Rating: -1