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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by beagleagle View Post
    thats badass... have fun!
    Yeah Its hard to imagine going to PR for to weeks and only having to spend about $150

  2. #12
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jatrix View Post
    If you are mellow and not agro you'll be fine. Respect the locals and act like a guest in someone else's country and everyone there will give you pointers on every thing from where to eat, surf and sleep.
    Yeah I understand respecting the locals I know how it is to have out-of-towners come to CB and litter, cut people off, and park on the side of the street were their not supposed to. I know when I go to PR i can be considered a "damn tourist"

  3. #13
    Quote Originally Posted by Mackin'_L.I. View Post
    Wow, harsh words brother. Over what was just a statement of fact, i went with 4 people, 3 of us has little shards of coral from walkin out to the lineup since its a lil hard to paddle out in 6 inches of water, but way to be a complete dueshbag, congrats on that. I guess have penetrable skin makes me a kook, right on ****wad. Maybe you should go back to puerto rico and get that stick removed from ur butt.
    haha listen to this guy what a p**sy

  4. #14
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    You definitely have to be aware of the coral and urchins in puerto rico. It can ruin a trip. You dont really have to wear booties, but be cautious more than anything when you are walking or paddling out in the lineup. I highly recommend bringing a basic first aid kit. If you get coral or urchins in you, you need to have some tweezers to get it out asap. They'll tear you up, and you can easily get infections.

  5. #15
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    PR is some of the best surf on this side of the world. I have nothing but love for the Rincon/Aguadilla area. Really really fun surf but do watch out for the urchins. You can pretty much count on getting at least one spike in your foot. I had several in my foot weeks later and only after some major work was I able to get them out. But if I had to do it all over again I would. I can't wait to go back! (I actually lived there for 6 years when I was growing up but never surfed! Thanks mom and dad!).

  6. #16
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    we are leaving october 15th-march 15th lol and yeah you should def check out wilderness sick waves i have also surfed wishing wells, manglito, los dunas, sauceys, jobos, middles, table tops, but my fav is wilderness and wishing wells....good look finding manglito

  7. #17
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mackin'_L.I. View Post
    Wow, harsh words brother. Over what was just a statement of fact, i went with 4 people, 3 of us has little shards of coral from walkin out to the lineup since its a lil hard to paddle out in 6 inches of water, but way to be a complete dueshbag, congrats on that. I guess have penetrable skin makes me a kook, right on ****wad. Maybe you should go back to puerto rico and get that stick removed from ur butt.
    ... WTF where did u go did u surf inches or indicators!! ahah a

  8. #18
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    Quote Originally Posted by wbluke View Post
    check out wilderness sick waves i have also surfed wishing wells, manglito, los dunas, sauceys, jobos, middles, table tops, but my fav is wilderness and wishing wells....good look finding manglito
    Thanks for the spots