If you could kite anywhere in the world..

Shoot the breeze and stay in the loop with the unhinged and unhooked word on the street.
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Bigmac
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Joined: Tue Oct 11, 2011 9:47 pm

Where would you go?
I'm moving back to Aus soon and fancy stopping somewhere with perfect kiting conditions.
Warm water, flat water, cheap accom and cheap beer that kind of thing...
Superman
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Joined: Wed Apr 26, 2006 8:40 pm

Madagascar
paulsouthcoast
Posts: 439
Joined: Sat Jun 27, 2009 8:45 pm
Location: south coast pagham

Anywhere with 10ft swell after a mirror flat lagoon blowing 23knts
Cross on in 30'oC

:(((((
markey
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Joined: Mon May 25, 2009 8:40 pm

Where are you moving to in oz , there's plenty of amazing places here
thetrash
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Joined: Sat Oct 30, 2004 12:08 am
Location: east

Cook islands
BrightonSurf
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Seaford at high tide
Bigmac
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Yeah I thought Cook Islands are there much In the way of trades there? Google is my friend. Yeah I lived in WA for a bit and know there are some awesome spots, I just fancy a bit of remote island living and kitesurfing ;)
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One Eye Mauritius Because it looked like this...
Tone
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on a twin tip???

Tom...I thought more of you...
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Tone wrote:on a twin tip???

Tom...I thought more of you...

Yes im constantly getting ribbed for that but i tried a wave board and kept getting munched int he swell
Too Much Wind
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Location: south coast uk

poole harbour on a summer saturday at about 5pm as the tide is pushing in with a dropping wind, ideal.

TMW
matt_s
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Too Much Wind wrote:poole harbour on a summer saturday at about 5pm as the tide is pushing in with a dropping wind, ideal.

TMW
oh yes - with direct onshore wind? yes please!
Tone
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Lol Poole! Pmsl
RaphGill
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Hi,
I'll go back to Madagascar, definitely! We had there our best kite vacations ever.
We were settling in Sakalava Bay: wind is blowing over 25knots for 8 months in a row, unbelievable.
We were staying here in KiteParadise-Madagascar, really clean, cheap and warm welcome.
http://www.kiteparadise-madagascar.com

Look at this pic:
kitesurf madagascar sakalava diego kiteparadise view.jpg
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