You made an excellent point. Unfortunately, the topic derailed into
US World Politics instead of discussing new kiteboarding
Yes, you can visit 3rd world countries, but I often think about
destinations nearer to home. I live in Salt Lake City, UT. The
city I live in is fairly well populated, but nearby are hundreds of
miles of open land. There are lakes and reserviors scattered
around. What I find interesting is the local canyon winds, venturi
effect winds, thermals, etc. that are available at different
locales. It gets even more interesting in the wintertime because
there are far more locations available for snowkiting.
I think a person could spend a lifetime just investigating the
locations within 100 miles of home.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Hung Vu <hungvu2000@r...> wrote:
> After my trip to Varadero, Cuba, I start to wonder that we,
> were so restricted to windsurfing traveling destinations in the
> Varadero is hardly a windsurfing paradise but it IS a kitesurfing
> There are MUCH MORE SPOTS that we can kitesurf on earth than those
> crowded and expensive windsurfing destinations!
> Let's explore the world and and find more kitesurfing destinations
> those windsurfing places where you can count with your fingers.