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  1. #11
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    jml7140....How much was your boat to Mantapalo and what was the name of the local who took you? This is the one place we haven't gone...All my friends are regular foot but I'm goofy so I'm content at Pavones but would still like to check out Mantapalo.

  2. #12
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    Man this is unbelievable, whatever happened to the rules of traveling? Certain things do not need to be talked about at all, if people go, let them figure it out. Seriously man, this whole post is wrong.
    Last edited by Loggerhead; Jan 17, 2013 at 09:57 PM.

  3. #13
    thats what these post are for to inform, help people, and give advice.......share the stoke

  4. #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by Loggerhead View Post
    Man this is unbelievable, whatever happened to the rules of traveling? Certain things do not need to be talked about at all, if people go, let them figure it out. Seriously man, this whole post is wrong.
    Nothing is sacred with the internet...just tryin to help some brothers out...you haven't even been out of the country let alone the jungle so back off punk ass!!! Oh yea...Pavones wasn't a secret after ohhhhhhh 1994...the dawn of the internet. It comes down to who has the balls to actually go there and experience it...that wouldn't be you *****! Las olas muy bueno en las Pavones!!! See you in the line up...
    Last edited by imperial; Jan 18, 2013 at 03:27 AM.

  5. #15
    You go Imperial! I guess loggerhead thinks Metapolo is a "secret" spot.

  6. #16
    There are hundreds of miles of "secret spots" along that coast, but pavones and metapolo are no secret.

  7. #17
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    Pavones is great and everything but things have changed in the past 10 years. The wave remains the same but the culture of the little town is very different now. Someone was murdered over a fight in the water in the nearby town of Pilon just last year. Drugs have become a huge problem as more and more people show up in town every summer. Pavones is used as a dropoff spot for drug dealers to get their drugs into CR and move them throughout the country. Brazilians and Jelly Fish infest the place on every real swell.....The cantina was burnt to the ground last year and the price of everything is going through the roof. There are snakes down there that have poison so powerful it could kill 30 people with one bite, you are 4 hours from the nearest hospital, there are no doctors in town. Its hard to get to and will cost you at least 2 and a half days of your trip just to get there and get back. You are better off just to stay in Hermosa or Grande.

  8. #18
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    I know its no secret, because people like you are everywhere down there. why wouldnt it be me? You see Imperial, im one of those people that go and post up for a month. ( you know, those kinda trips that people like you only dream of) but you wouldnt know that, just like i dont know anything about you. you went and got all tough over the internet, which is pretty funny, all i was saying is that you dont need to be talking about places, especially if you liked your experience there, because if you want to go back and have just as good a time, but find it to be more like hermosa you can only blame yourself. the place doesnt need advertisement. be well my angry friend. Oh yeah, you'll see me in the lineup, i will be the one on set waves,

  9. #19
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    No sharing the stoke, GO GET YOUR OWN.

  10. #20
    So Loggerhead u must have discovered pavones? That's amazing... I'm sure the Ticos down there love to see u show up and paddle out. Surfing is all about sharing the stoke