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Discussion in 'Surf Travel' started by zagaff3r, Mar 22, 2017.
Huh?? Was there a connection between the "monkeys fvcking" with them and the girl having a baby??? Anything is possible with that Fuel crowd......
This chick is pretty bangin, but I can't get past how much she resembles that biographer that was porking Petraeus.
I read something several years ago, there might have been an article in Surfer on Korea some years back. The things that stuck in my mind were the variety and quality of the waves, which mostly seem to break during typhoons season. The beaches are mostly deserted except during holidays, some of which were patrolled by some type of law enforcement. IIRC, wading at some of the beaches broke some sort of cultural taboo, while other beaches with the best setups were situated on or near militarily sensitive zones. Might be worth researching.
Manik is right about the Philippines. I was acquainted with a guy who made his home here at one of the country's best point breaks. When he retired he moved to an island out there. He never gave away any secrets, but he frequently hinted at what a gold mine the entire chain is. The fact that he left the point break behind for this particular chain is enough evidence for this cynic to believe it.
I heard Korean ladies love American *****.
The show on fuel tv was On Surfari, with the Mcintyres, episode 8 is the Taiwan episode. Now I can go back to work.
Good work dude haha
Here's a link to the episode, if it didn't come out it's on youtube. I have a hard time sharing and embedding vids and pics on these threads for some reason. Yes Barry, I am a moron.
If you say so.
Here you go...
You da man DSUP!
Can't find the full vid though, too bad
There's no surf in Taiwan. Go somewhere else.
How's my cat hating brother??
I visited Taiwan a couple years back and had a great time. I will say it's the hottest fu(king place I've ever visited and it's really not even close. Check out Hotel de Plus if you're thinking about going. It's near (a couple miles away) the best wave in the area and it's a sick little hotel with really good food. We got along pretty well but the language barrier is another thing to consider. Everybody is SUPER friendly though. The main waves can get a bit crowded but zero attitude from the locals who mainly all longboard. We lucked upon some decent waves on our way to a couple hikes which we probably surfed more than anywhere else. We nicknamed the place Monkey Beach from all the monkeys hanging around. It's one hell of a plane ride there but I thought it was definitely worth it. I'd actually like to go back one day.
Tthat reef down the beach breaks better on big swells, idk how it was back then but over 3ft over head it closes hard now. The only people with attitude there are angry gringo expats that live in the mansions on the beach. probably has changed a lot since you went.