Re: [ksurf] Re: Experience of Spanish Kitesurf Schools ?
- Hi I'm from Spain also and the only reason I can think about not
recommending Tarifa for learning is to keep the crows out of there. Believe
me, there are huge deserted beaches, a lot of windy days and a lot of
kitesurfing schools. Besides, it is a beutiful place with a lot of action
in and out of the water.
-Hi Brendan. I am CRIS, a spanish kitesurfer. Now I am in Cancun
Mexico, where I have a kitesurf school. If you come here I will teach
you myself. If you have not chance and your only possibility is to go
to Spain, let me know. Anyway I will go myself sometime in May or
April, when I will leave from here (no more wind in summer and right
after my Brazillian kite holidays). Lets stay in contact. Ah! and
forget about Tarifa. I would give you hundred reasons not to learn
there. I wait for your news. Cheers. CRIS-- In
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> I'm hoping to go to Spain in May and want to do a 3-5 day
> course. Can anyone recommend a good school from their ownexperience
> which is also in a nice area for visiting. A few schools/sites ingreat
> Tarifa (southern Spain) come up on searches and it looks like a
> area to visit and so far looks like a winner but any advice is muchto unsubscribe send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org
> Thank you
> Dublin, Ireland.
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